ahi tuna poke and mango salad

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Nutrition Facts Homemade Poke Bowls with Ahi Tuna Amount Per Serving Calories 293 Calories from Fat 45 Daily Value* Total Fat 5g 8 Saturated Fat 1g 5 Polyunsaturated Fat 2g Monounsaturated Fat 1g Cholesterol 55mg 18 Sodium 930mg 39 Potassium 116mg 3 Total Carbohydrates 28g.It brings out so much flavor but in a way that regular salt just doesnt because it is more neutral in alkalinity and far more mellow.Drizzle with more dressing as desired and sprinkle with Hawaiian sea salt and more sesame seeds.Im Heidi and I cook real good, real food I hope youll love to make, too.That link also goes to the most impressive sesame crusted ahi tuna, because Im sure after having these bowls you will want more ways to enjoy fresh tuna in your life.
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This recipe is loaded with healthy brown rice, salad, vegetables and topped with marinated tuna poke.
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Are you following me on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest?Dont be afraid to get creative!My nearby grocery store sells fresh ahi tuna steaks that I use in this recipe.Freshly caught seafood, similar to the ones found in sushi restaurants are marinated in a soy and vinegar based sauce, then tossed with lots of other yummy ingredients to add some heat or spice.This island delicacy has been taking over California lately.The tuna is tossed with the seaweed, chopped mango and the dressing and seasoned with sesame seedsI like black sesame seeds so you can see them better.While youre at the Asian store, youll want to pick up prepared Wasabi, usually sold in a tube.All opinions are always my own.Tell me what you like to add to your poke bowl, I would love to hear!Then I combine it all with avocado, lettuces and then drizzle with a bit more dressing.Thanks for reading and subscribe to FoodieCrush to have each post delivered straight to your e-mail box.