Epic Whole30 Poke Bowl – my favorite sushi roll deconstructed into the most amazing Whole30 poke bowl!
You guys, this is my one of my absolute favorite sushi rolls, deconstructed into the most Epic Whole30 Poke Bowl!! Perfect for a last-minute Valentine’s Day dinner too!
I could possibly eat sushi every night. I don’t think I would get sick of it. My go-to roll is a spicy salmon roll with avocado (hold the cucumber). But this would be my #2. Spicy salmon with cilantro, avocado and mango. For some reason I am not a huge fan of cucumber in my sushi rolls, but I do like it in a poke bowl. And I added tuna AND salmon because …. it had to be epic. These ingredients are easy to throw together (ask your higher-end grocery stores if they carry sushi-grade tuna/salmon) and I guarantee you will love them.
If my husband knows what he is doing, we will be eating sushi (in some form) on Valentine’s Day, and a nice little glass of champagne. Sounds perfect to me.
And, of course, if you aren’t feeling the cauliflower rice go nuts and use white or brown rice! I actually didn’t mind the cauliflower rice and coco aminos, especially when there is so much flavor going on. But, I totally get it that there are times when you just. want. real. rice. Believe me. It gives me a bit of a stomach ache so I am always sure to drink a ton of water if I know I am going to have it and, for me, taking a digestive enzyme really helps alleviate some of that discomfort when I eat certain non-compliant items (like rice, bread and beans).
Alright you guys, I am officially toast after a long and busy weekend! I hope you guys had a great Sunday and that you have a great start to your week!
Each and every one of my family members saw incredible results, although none quite as dramatic as my Dad. I am seriously proud of all of them!Print
My favorite sushi roll deconstructed into the most amazing Whole30 poke bowl!
- 1–2 cups Cauliflower rice (feel free to eat raw or saute in olive oil with a pinch of salt for 3–5 minutes and then let cool)
- 3 oz sushi grade salmon, cubed
- 3 oz sushi grade tuna, cubed
- 1/2 avocado, sliced
- 1/2 cup mango, cubed
- 1/4 cup fresh cilantro, roughly chopped
- 5 slices cucumber
- white and black sesame seeds for garnish
- roughy chopped seaweed sheets (nori) for garnish
- 2 Tablespoons coco aminos
- 1 Teaspoon olive oil
- 1 Teaspoon red pepper flakes
- Dash of sesame oil
- 1/4 Teaspoon freshly grated ginger
- Combine Sauce ingredients together in bowl and set aside.
- Combine remaining ingredients in bowl and cover with as much sauce as desired.
- (Note: if you want the salmon and tuna extra spicy, combine 1 Tablespoon olive oil and 1 Tablespoon Franks Red Hot. Toss the salmon and tuna in the mixture so they are lightly coated.)
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