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Our luxuriously creamy salmon pairs perfectly with crunchy cilantro and green onions. This mouthwatering poke strikes the savory-sweet balance with a kick of umami!
Poke hails from Hawaii where you can find numerous variations in dedicated shops and even grocery stores, Safeway included! Original versions of poke use ahi tuna and octopus, called “tako,” both of which are found in Hawaiian waters. Poke has deep roots in Hawaii. “Poke” means to slice or cut in Hawaiian and in pre-contact times, Native Hawaiians ate raw fish massaged with sea salt, seaweed and kukui nuts or whatever else they had on hand. Today, poke is a popular dish for locals and tourists alike.
How to eat:
Poke is delicious on its own or as a poke bowl where the seafood is served over steaming hot rice with an assortment of veggies, from edamame and avocado to seaweed salad and fish roe. Sometimes I throw poke over a bed of spring mix or make a quick hand roll with nori and rice, and poke and cucumber as filling. Pro tip: add a drizzle of sriracha mayo on top for some spice and drink with guava nectar, Hawaii style!
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Dive into the delectable universe of our creamy salmon poke, a delightful harmony of flavors that carefully balances sweet with savory, and a dash of umami for good measure. This dish is a symphony of Salmon, Tamari, Maple syrup, Sesame oil, Sesame seeds, Cilantro, Ginger, Green onion, and assorted Spices. Each ingredient contributes to the distinctive charm of this dish, creating an orchestra of tastes that will have you returning for more.
Now, let's traverse through history: Our poke dish finds its roots in the picturesque landscape of Hawaii. It's a well-loved food item seen in varied grocery stores, including Safeway, and is a regular at many dining tables. The traditional versions would usually consist of locally sourced ahi tuna and octopus or 'tako', both abundantly available in Hawaiian waters. The word 'poke' means 'to slice or cut' in Hawaiian, reminiscent of the olden days when Hawaiians enjoyed raw fish seasoned with sea salt, seaweed, kukui nuts and other available ingredients. Today, it continues to be a popular choice among locals and tourists alike, winning hearts with its vibrant mix of textures and flavors.
How best to savor this delicacy: You can relish this versatile poke dish on its own or as part of a hearty poke bowl. Heap this seafood wonder onto a bed of steaming rice and garnish it with a selection of veggies like edamame, avocado, seaweed salad, and fish roe. For those seeking some culinary adventure, try placing poke atop a fresh spring mix or create a quick hand roll with nori and rice, filled with poke and cucumber. Add an exciting twist by drizzling some sriracha mayo on top and sip on a refreshing glass of guava nectar, true Hawaiian style!
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