Let's talk about how to make a big bowl of vegetarian. Poke is a very popular, traditional, raw fish preparation, very popular in Hawaii. The fishermen would take a little bit of their catch and snack on it while they were working. Poke (pronounced poh-kay) has been rising in popularity, far beyond Hawaii, in recent years. The version I'm publishing today is for any of you who love the idea of rubbish or tea, but don't eat fish for any reason. Vegetarian funnels are especially fantastic this time of year, because they are light, clean, filling but not heavy, you know?
Poke vegetarian dish: The ingredients
I usually use a watermelon, a version of this sushi rice (but any favorite rice / sushi mix) and a host of other live fillings. Here you see steady, organic tofu, sliced avocado, fresh asparagus, shaved watermelon radish and small leaves. The cup is simply sprinkled with a good soy sauce. And there is a splash of sesame and onions. The other peak I. Really The drink, not pictured here, is a shower of crunchy, fried shrimp.
When it comes to toppings, what you see here is just a jump. And I encourage you to play with all the ingredients. For example, you can trade in roasted squash cubes for watermelon later in the year. And roasted onions in place of onions. Or, play around with the drizzle over. For a quick pan, I just make a soy sauce, but you could beat something more complicated. Have fun!
Although, it may be argued, a vegetarian bowl is not a real poke bowl, it's a great meal just the same. Keep your eyes peeled for another inspiration as well. I like to see creative vegetarians and veggie dishes on a brush menu everywhere. Lots of ideas out there that you can replicate in your own kitchens!