This easy Salmon Poke recipe is one you can make at home with just a few ingredients. To start, you will need bite-size cubes of fresh salmon, pineapple rings, watermelon radishes, soybeans, served over zuchinni noodles and dusted with Furikake and Togarashi. The latter two is something you can order on Amazon, so don’t sweat sourcing it. Although it’s not necessary for a poke bowl, it definitely adds a lot of flavor. Beyond everything mentioned, your poke can pretty much be made according to how you like it.
If you are wondering what the classic poke bowl looks like, I can tell you this—it looks nothing like this. In fact if you go to Hawaii, the best poke—as told by locals—is in the back of a supermarket store. It’s pre-tossed and and scooped into plastic containers. Very un-Instragram-able, but the locals are right. The best poke is found in an unassuming glass case, next to other pre-fixed dishes. My riff here looks nothing like that Kauai version my boys and I love, but it more than does the trick. We love it.