Shrimp Poke Bowl
Shrimp and crab have found their way into Hawaii’s signature dish as well, and on the West Coast, particularly California, poke is snacked on with tortilla chips. In other words, poke is the ultimate, fast casual fusion food, a vibrant, healthy and versatile dish that’s as perfect for Hawaiian fishermen as it is for Instagram-obsessed foodies (Image via Marina Del Rey Foods).

Servings
1serving
Servings
1serving
Ingredients

  • 7


    Shrimp

  • 1/2


    Lemon

  • 1tbsp


    Sesame Oil

  • 1tsp


    Sesame Seeds

  • 1cup


    Short-Grain Sushi Rice

  • 1


    Cucumberchopped

  • 1


    Carrotshredded

  • 1/2


    Avocadosliced

  • 1


    Mangodiced



  • Saltto taste



  • Pepperto taste
Instructions
  1. Cook rice and drain.
  2. Meanwhile, in a large skillet, mix shrimp, sesame oil, sesame seed and juice from ½ lemon. Cook shrimp for five minutes or until pink.
  3. Place rice in a bowl, followed by cucumber, carrot, mango and avocado. Add shrimp mixture. Add salt and pepper and top poke with sesame seeds.