Salmon-Avocado Poke Bowl
I'm sure you know by now that this has been the latest crave. The poke bowl originated in Hawaii; it's actually been around for centuries, but the trend started just a few years ago in the contiguous United States.
I guarantee, if you like sushi, you'll love this.
I actually did not know what poke bowls were until about 2 years ago, but I've actually been eating it for waayyy longer than that. For a few years, I worked at an office. I would sometimes make my own sushi or buy sushi to bring to work for lunch, but it would never be fresh. My work schedule was hectic, and I didn't have an actual lunch hour. So.... sometimes my sushi would be soggy or hard. Yuck, who wants that?!? Ergo, I'd pack my sushi's disassembled. That way, everything would seem fresh. I'd separate all the ingredients in separate containers (fish, garnish, seaweed/nori, rice), and when lunch time came, I'd just heat the rice for about 1 min. with a wet paper towel on top (adds moisture back into the rice), and toss the rest of the ingredients over the rice.
Here, I have a salmon poke bowl, but you can totally switch out to whatever fish you feel at the moment. I just find this recipe the easiest to concoct. And all of the ingredients were what I already had at home!
Salmon Avocado Poke bowl
3T Sesame oil
1/4c Soy sauce
1 Avocado, cubed