Ahi tuna poke bowls are growing in popularity. If this dish is new to you, check out our beginner’s guide to ahi tuna poke bowls:
Poke bowls come from Hawaii. They’re made from fresh, raw tuna, as well as a blend of vegetables. Poke bowls are available with other types of seafood as well. Local chefs attribute the bowls’ ingredients to locals’ preference for raw fish, as well as existing dishes brought over from Japan and the Polynesian islands. However, it wasn’t until the 1970s that ahi tuna became readily available and poke bowls became more popular. Today, you don’t have to travel to Hawaii to enjoy a poke bowl. Instead, you can order up the dish from a local restaurant.
Poke bowls are delicious, as well as healthy. Order up a poke bowl if you’re interested in a satisfying and nutritious meal. Ahi tuna poke bowls are made from fresh fish and a blend of vegetables. These dishes are rich in protein, calcium, selenium, and omega-3 fatty acids. These nutrients can help with new cell growth, blood vessel function, bone tissue production, heart disease prevention, raising good cholesterol levels, and decreasing production of substances that cause inflammation.
Try an ahi poke bowl for yourself at Island Fin Poke. You can build your own bowl, starting with a base of either white rice, brown rice, or a spring mix of lettuce. Then, choose your protein. Ahi tuna is the traditional option, but spicy tuna, salmon, octopus, shrimp, chicken, spam, and tofu are available as options. Next, mix in edamame, corn, sweet onions, and other vegetables. You will then choose a marinating sauce, toppings, and finishing sauces. Check us out at 7004 Tavistock Lakes Blvd #148 in Orlando. We hope to see you here soon!