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Ahi Poke Bowl with Micro Kale Mix

Updated: Feb 9

Poke Bowls are all the rage, but have you made your own yet? We think you should, so we've created this short video to show you just how easy it is. You can make delicious, healthy and satisfying poke bowls with just a few ingredients. Look at these beautiful bowls!

Start with a raw, sushi-grade fish (frozen, never thawed). We chose Ahi Tuna, then added some traditional ingredients, like maui onion, wakame seaweed, and sesame seeds.

Then we added some trendy items, like mango, avo and our very own Micro Kale Mix. We even made our own Poke Dressing with 3 simple ingredients (and 1 traditional one that makes all the ‘poke difference’.

Gather your Ingredients, and watch this short video!


  • 1 cup brown rice

  • 8 oz. sushi-grade tuna, cut into 1” pieces

  • 1 mango, diced

  • ½ wakana seaweed

  • 1 avocado, sliced

  • 2½ teaspoons sesame seeds

  • salt and pepper

  • Avocado oil

  • 1 cup of BrightFresh® Micro Kale Mix microgreens


  • 2 tbsp tamari

  • 2 tbsp sesame oil

  • A dash of Shichimi Togarashi – Japanese 7-spice seasoning mix

  • 1 tbsp rice wine vinegar

We didn't show ALL the steps in our video, but you can get the deets here, step by step:


For the rice, we went easy and used microwavable rice bowls, this one a brown rice version. They are quick, easy and you can control portions (and carbs!)

Make your poke dressing first so it can marinate while you prep your bowl: In a small bowl, combine dressing ingredients and whisk well. Set aside. This can be doubled for more servings.

Chop your Ingredients: In 1” squares, slice your ahi tuna. Note: this is easier if you put the meat in the freezer for ten minutes. If you have questions about sushi-grade seafood meats, ask your local grocery store clerk. Next, cut your onion, mango and avocado into ½" squares.

Combine everything in a bowl, drizzle the dressing and fold. Sprinkle black and white sesame seeds and salt and pepper. Add one cup of Micro Kale Mix (or any BrightFresh microgreen that you prefer – they are ALL great!) Fold again!

Build your Bowl: Add the brown rice (or rice of your choice) and spoon your ahi tuna mixture on top. The final touch is a crown of microgreens on top.

Enjoy! Did you know, this recipe is pescatarian and gluten-free!

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