Poke and Mango Tostadas

I’m taking a scene from Naomi’s blog and spinning her Poke Bites into these Poke Tostadas. Now it’s a legit meal and we can all have second servings because these are healthy-ish, right?

Poke Tostada Real Food by Dad

If nothing else, I finally got Cole to try poke for the first time. He refused Naomi’s bites, but was more than willing to take on my Mexican meets Japanese food mash-up.  If it sounds like I’m bragging, I might be a little. But that’s only because I am doing my best to make sure Cole and Connor don’t end up a picky eater like I was and like their older brother is now. 

Poke Tostada Real Food by Dad

Thankfully it’s pretty easy to persuade Cole into trying new things 90% of time. But Connor, my toddler, is proving to be more of a challenge (a lot like his brother Blake). I even resorted to bribery with the promise of a new Transformer and still he refused.

Poke Tostada via Real Food by Dad

I’m learning I can’t win them all, but 1 out 3 isn’t so bad, right? At least when it comes to these Poke Tostadas.

Yield: 4-6 servings

Poke Tostadas

Poke Tostadas


  • 6 tostadas
  • 1 cup guacamole
  • 12 oz. poke
  • 2 oz. seaweed salad
  • 1 1/2 cup mango salsa
  • Topping
  • Furikake
  • sliced serrano peppers


  1. Layer tostada with about 2 tablespoons of guacamole and layer with poke, seaweed salad, mango salsa and top with Furikake and serrano peppers. Serve immediately.


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