This recipe for our Paleo Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl has a Hawaiian, sweet, spicy, soy sauce-flavored coconut aminos sauce, with fresh avocados and is simple, fast to prepare, and really delicious! The mild heat of the Paleo Sesame Poke Sauce pairs perfectly with the cold ahi tuna. Note for all of you Paleo practitioners that do a little rice: This is perfect over rice. We originally made this recipe to go over rice, but now that we don’t eat it, we omit. If you are a hardcore athlete, I would suggest that you cook your rice, without covering or stirring. I would also add a little pineapple juice to give it a sweet zing.
Sometimes, I really reflect on being Paleo and thank goodness we made the switch, especially on busy weeks like this one! We were just out of town for the Daytona Bud Shootout to watch the racing, we’re starting Crossfit today (woo hoo! I’m SOOOO excited!), Angel is working on a migration plan at work so he’s ramping up his personal business, I have 2 late business meetings, we have a party on Friday that will be great, and one of Angel’s best friends is getting married on Saturday. We’ll need all the Paleo energy we can get!
Recipe: Paleo Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl
- 2 Wild Caught Sashimi-Grade Ahi Tuna Filets
- 2 Hass Avocados
- Coarse Sea Salt
- Paleo Sesame Poke Sauce
- Make sure that the tuna that you get is sashimi grade. We are not going to cook this at all. If you want to, that is OK – I would suggest sesame oil, a high heat pan, and a VERY quick sear on each side.
- Slice bite-sized chunks of both tuna and avocado. Sprinkle with a little sea salt, then cover with our Paleo Sesame Poke Sauce. If you are eating the rice, I like to put down rice, avocado, then tuna – to make sure the heat from the rice doesn’t affect the tuna.
Preparation time: 10 minute(s)
Cooking time: 0 minute(s)
Number of servings (yield): 2
Want dessert? Try our Paleo Coconut Macaroons!