Miso poke bowl

miso poke bowl

1/2 teaspoon sesame oil. In a small bowl, whisk to combine rice vinegar, miso, grated ginger, remaining grated garlic, 1½ tablespoons sugar, and 2 tablespoons oil. Pat salmon dry, then. 3 tablespoons green onions, white parts only (reserve the greens for garnish on the finished bowl!). miso poke bowl

Miso poke bowl - that necessary

What is miso? Miso is a traditional Japanese food made from fermented soybeans. The fermentat

 

ion process that the soybeans undergo due to our miniscule microbial friends, create a wonderfully nutritionally-dense produce that has more protein and vitamins, less anti-nutrients and also contains its own natural probiotics (hello, gut health!)
There is a wide variety of nutritional benefits that stem from this delicious and versatile fermented ingredient such as protection from various cancers, improved heart health, stronger immunity, improved stabilisation of blood sugars, improve mood and memory and decreased anxiety! Better yet, the consumption of the deliciously salty miso soup has not been associated with the incidence of hypertension! Miso happy!

Serves 4
INGREDIENTS

For the salmon:
• 2 cups skinless fresh, sushi-grade salmon, cubed
• 1.5 tablespoon miso paste
• 1.5 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
• 1.5 tablespoon chilli sauce
• 1.5 teaspoon mirin (or maple syrup)
• 1.5 teaspoon sesame oil
• 3/4 teaspoon garlic, minced
• 3/4 teaspoon ginger, minced
• 4 tablespoons green onions, white parts only (reserve the greens for garnish on the finished bowl!)

To serve:
• 1 large cucumber, peeled into ribbons
• 1 large carrot, sliced into thin matchsticks
• 1 large Hass avocado, sliced
• 1.5 cups purple cabbage, thinly sliced
• 1.5 cups shelled edamame beans
• Pickled onions, sliced (pink)
• 2 cups brown or black rice, cooked

To garnish:
• 4 tsp black sesame seeds (may use white)
• 1 sheet dried nori (seaweed), crumbled
• Pickled jalapenos (optional)

METHOD
1. Place miso paste, rice wine vinegar, chilli sauce, mirin, sesame oil, garlic, ginger and green onions in a glass jar. Shake well until marinade is smooth and creamy (you may need to mash the miso a little first).
2. Place salmon in a glass bowl and add ¾ of the marinade, leaving the other ¼ aside. Toss gently to coat the salmon evenly with the marinade. Cover with cling film and place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to an hour.
3. When nearly ready to serve, toss brown rice with the other ¼ of the marinade.
4. Divide the ingredients to serve amongst 4 bowls, add the salmon and garnish with the ingredients to garnish.
5. Enjoy!

JORDAN KAIN (APD, MND, Exspsc)

Dietitian and Exercise Scientist

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Vegan Poke Bowl Recipe (Gluten-Free, Healthy, & Delicious)

Tofu Poke Bowl Recipe

This vegan poke bowl recipe is going to blow your mind. It's a delicious, wholesome meal made with flavorful ingredients like spicy tofu, pickled veggies, and a creamy miso sauce.

Are you drooling yet?

Vegan Poke Bowl

📖 About

Poke is a fusion between Japanese and Hawaiian ingredients. The best way to describe it is like a deconstructed bowl of sushi. And while normally made with raw fish like ahi tuna or salmon, we've taken a vegan twist on this recipe we think you're going to love.

We're both super intrigued by all things Japanese. We love the history, culture and natural beauty of this ancient country. But most of all, we love the food. It's simplistic and clean, but full of all our favorite flavors.

So, when we found out about poke bowls a few years ago, it sparked our interest. A sushi bowl filled with rice, protein, crunchy veggies, nori, and even fruit or nuts? Yup, we're in! The only downside is the fact that fish is traditionally used.

So, we finally set out on a mission to create the ultimate vegan poke bowl recipe. And honestly, this is one of our favorite meals to date. It's full of vibrant ingredients that will keep you feeling light and healthy after you're done eating.

And to top it all off, the creamy miso ginger sauce we created for this meal makes it a 10/10. Well, have we convinced you you're going to love this poke bowl yet?!

Vegetables And Tofu On A Table

🍲 Key ingredients

  • Tofu: We can't say enough good things about tofu! While somewhat bland on its own, tofu soaks up marinades so well that it can be utilized in virtually any cuisine. We love baking it to create a chewy texture with a crispy exterior. Contrary to popular belief, there are actually so many benefits of eating soy. Not only is it full of plant-based protein, it also contains compounds called isoflavones. Amongst other benefits, some studies have shown promising results in regards to the protective effects of soy against certain types of cancer. But, we won't go too deep into that. The moral of the story is tofu makes a perfect addition to this bowl!
  • Sushi rice: to create the perfect poke bowl, you should definitely stick to sushi rice (see what we did there?). But seriously, it gives the most authentic texture and taste to this dish. It's chewy and delicious, especially when served warm. It is the perfect base since the flavor won't overpower the rest of the ingredients. And we know, brown rice is better for you. But, what's life without a little risk?! Go ahead, eat some white rice.
  • Edamame: this vibrant plant-based protein is the immature version of a soybean. Edamame beans provide a similar taste to green peas, but they have a firmer texture. They also have hints of sweetness and nuttiness, a little like an almond. We love cooking with edamame beans because they're a complete protein, and they're a great source of other important nutrients like iron, fiber, and vitamin C.
  • Miso sauce: the cherry on top of this vegan poke bowl recipe is a creamy miso sauce. We use a base of vegan mayo to create the perfect consistency. Then, we mix in some rice vinegar for a little tang, ginger, garlic and horseradish for bite, and liquid aminos and miso for a touch of umami flavor. Honestly, we could just drink this sauce straight from the jar.
  • Cubed Tofu On A Baking Sheet
  • Cooked Tofu On A Baking Sheet

🔪 Instructions

To start this recipe off, rinse and drain your sushi rice in a strainer until the water runs clear. If you are using a rice cooker, put twice as much water in with the rice and turn it on. If you are using a pressure cooker, you'll only need to use a 1:1 water to rice ratio. After you get the rice going, preheat your oven to 375 degrees F, and line two baking sheets with parchment paper.

Then, drain and press your brick of tofu between two hard surfaces with a heavy object on top. We usually wrap the tofu in a tea towel, use the counter on the bottom, and put a cutting board on top with a heavy appliance over that. Let the tofu press while you prepare the sweet potatoes.

Cubed Sweet Potatoes On A Baking Sheet

You'll need to peel and cube the sweet potatoes into small pieces, about ¼-inch or so. Transfer those to your parchment-lined baking pan, drizzle with some avocado oil, and sprinkle with a bit of garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Toss everything with your hands to make sure the sweet potatoes are well coated.

After a few minutes of pressing the tofu, you'll need to cube it into pieces that are similar in size to the sweet potatoes. Again, transfer the cubes to your other baking sheet, and season the tofu with a little more garlic powder, salt, and pepper.

Sliced Radish And Cucumber In A Bowl

Bake both the sweet potatoes and tofu for about 30-35 minutes, making sure to turn the sweet potatoes at the halfway point. When the tofu is half done, remove it from the oven, toss it in a Sriracha hot sauce and sweet chili sauce mixture, and finish baking with the glaze.

While you're waiting for those to finish baking, prepare some edamame by steaming them in a double boiler for a few minutes. If you don't have a double boiler, you can also just microwave the beans in 10 second bursts. Once they are heated through, season the edamame with a sprinkle of sea salt, and leave them until you are ready to assemble the poke bowls.

In the meantime, create a quick pickled veggie mixture by slicing both the radishes and cucumbers very thinly (we use a mandoline for this). Then, put those in a bowl with rice vinegar, sesame oil, and cane sugar. Mix well, and set aside. Make sure to stir the vegetables occasionally to coat them evenly.

Miso Ginger Dressing In A Bowl

To prepare the dressing, combine all of your ingredients thoroughly in a small bowl or mason jar. Taste and adjust the seasonings to your liking. Add horse radish, ginger, and garlic for more punch, miso and liquid aminos for more umami flavor, or rice vinegar for more tang.

Once all the cooked items are finished, it's time to assemble these poke bowls! Divide the rice between bowls, then add in sweet potatoes, tofu, edamame beans, and pickled vegetables. Top everything with a creamy miso sauce, avocado slices, nori strips, black and white sesame seeds, sliced green onions, and Sriracha for more heat.

🌡️ Storage

Poke bowls are the perfect meal to prep ahead of time and have on hand for lunch. For optimal storage, store all of the ingredients in separate containers.

If kept separately, the ingredients will last for 3-4 days in the fridge. When you're ready to eat, just heat the rice, tofu, and sweet potatoes, then serve the rest of the veggies overtop.

Vegan Poke Bowl

💭 Budget tips

We think everyone should be able to eat better for less, so here are a few tricks to make this recipe even more affordable:

  • Use green peas in place of the edamame beans
  • Skip pickling the vegetables to avoid needing the rice vinegar, sesame oil, and cane sugar
  • Serve with a simple soy sauce dressing instead of the miso sauce

🍴 Tasting notes

This recipe is everything you could ask for in a meal. We hope you love these poke bowls as much as us! They're:

  • Tangy
  • Savory
  • Fresh
  • Healthy
  • Delicious

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📋 Recipe

Vegan Poke Bowl

Vegan Poke Bowl Recipe

$5.40 recipe $0.90 serving
This vegan poke bowl recipe is going to blow your mind! It's a delicious, wholesome meal made with flavorful ingredients like spicy tofu, pickled veggies, and a creamy miso sauce. Are you drooling yet?
Cuisine American, Gluten-Free, Japanese, Vegan

Equipment

  • Tofu press or hard surfaces

Ingredients 

Instructions 

Rice

  • To start, rinse and drain your sushi rice. If you are using a rice cooker, put 4 cups of water in with the rice and turn it on. If you are using a pressure cooker, use only 2 cups of water to cook the rice.

Cooked Mix-Ins

  • After your rice has started, preheat your oven to 375°F, and line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper. Then, drain and press the brick of tofu between 2 hard surfaces (like a cutting board) with a heavy object on top. Let that press while you prepare the sweet potatoes.
  • Peel and cube the sweet potatoes into small pieces, about ¼-inch. Transfer cubes to the parchment-lined baking pan, drizzle with 1 tablespoon avocado oil, and sprinkle with 1 teaspoon garlic powder, and a pinch of sea salt and pepper. Toss to coat the sweet potatoes.
  • After a few minutes of pressing the tofu, cube it into pieces that are similar in size to the sweet potatoes. Transfer those to the second baking sheet, and sprinkle with ½ teaspoon garlic powder, salt and pepper to taste.
  • Bake both the sweet potatoes and tofu for 30-35 minutes on 375°F, turning the sweet potatoes halfway. At the halfway point for the tofu, remove it from the oven, mix 1 tablespoon sweet chili sauce and 1 tablespoon Sriracha hot sauce in a bowl, and toss the tofu cubes in this mixture. Transfer cubes back to the pan to continue baking.
  • Once the sweet potatoes are turning golden brown and tender on the inside, remove them from the oven. You'll know the tofu is done when the outside of each cube is mostly dry to your touch.
  • In the meantime, prepare the edamame beans by steaming them in a double boiler, or a microwave in 10 second bursts. Once they are heated through, season with a sprinkle of sea salt. Set aside for later.

Pickled Vegetables

  • While the other food is baking and steaming, put together the pickled vegetables by slicing both the radishes and cucumbers very thinly (we use a mandoline for this). Once sliced, pour rice vinegar, sesame oil, and cane sugar over the veggies in a bowl. Mix well, and set aside. Make sure to stir occasionally as you're prepping the rest of the ingredients.

Miso Sauce

  • To prepare the dressing, combine all ingredients thoroughly in a small bowl or mason jar. Taste and adjust seasonings as needed. Add horse radish, ginger, and garlic for more punch, miso and liquid aminos for more umami flavor, or rice vinegar for more tang.

Assembly

  • To serve these sushi bowls, divide rice between bowls. Then, add in sweet potatoes, tofu, edamame beans, and pickled vegetables. Top with miso sauce, avocado slices, nori strips, black and white sesame seeds, sliced green onions, or Sriracha for more heat.

Notes

  • Optional ingredients are not reflected in the price of the recipe.
  • Try adding mango or macadamia nuts for a delicious variation!

Nutrition

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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💬 FAQ

What else can I use in place of sushi rice?

If you don't have any, or prefer not to use sushi rice, brown rice works well in this recipe. We sometimes use quinoa too.

Do I have to bake the tofu?

You absolutely do not have to bake the tofu! We love the taste and texture of baking it, but pan-frying works well too. We also think it could taste great simply tossed in the marinade and left uncooked.

Is the pickling necessary for the sliced vegetables?

The pickling of the sliced vegetables is definitely not necessary. We like the tangy flavor it creates, but the nice thing about poke bowls is how customizable they are! Just make them to whatever your taste preference is.

Where can I find nori strips?

The best place to find nori strips would be an oriental market. But, they also have the seaweed snack packs at grocery stores like Superstore or Costco.

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Seared Miso Tofu Poke Bowl

A black bowl filled with miso tofu poke bowl ingredients and white rice, with chopsticks and clear jar of miso ginger dressing on the side.
A black bowl filled with miso tofu poke bowl ingredients and white rice, with chopsticks and clear jar of miso ginger dressing on the side.

This delicious vegetarian Seared Miso Tofu Poke Bowl features seasoned wok-seared tofu, crisp veggies, and avocados, served over sticky white rice and drizzled with a tangy sweet miso ginger dressing.

A black bowl filled with miso tofu poke bowl ingredients and white rice, with chopsticks and a clear jar of miso ginger dressing on the side.

Fresh, crispy vegetables and perfectly seared tofu sit on top of a bed of sticky rice, and drizzled with a perfectly balanced, zesty, sweet, and tangy dressing for the perfect vegetarian poke bowl!

Veggie ingredients for a miso tofu poke bowl nestled inside a large black bowl with avocado halves and white rice on the side.

So many vibrant veggies in this tofu and veggie poke bowl! Stunning rainbow radish, creamy avocado, crunchy cucumbers and red onions, topped with fragrant cilantro and scallions. There’s nothing healthier than this beautiful poke bowl!

A woman cubing raw tofu on a wooden board.

How to prepare tofu for the poke bowl

  • It’s important to use extra firm tofu so it doesn’t fall apart when searing.
  • You’ll want to get as much moisture out of the tofu as possible. Take the block of tofu and wrap it tightly in a kitchen towel or paper towels for at least 30 minutes. (Or, use a tofu press to do the job!) Then, slice your tofu into two-inch cubes.
  • Add 2 tablespoons of canola oil to a heavy wok or skillet pre- heated on medium high. Sear the tofu cubes until golden brown on all sides, flipping the cubes frequently.
  • Remove the tofu and place on paper towels to drain. Keep warm.
Tofu cubes being fried in a large wok with a wooden spatula.

Making wok-seared tofu cubes is so easy! Make sure to flip the tofu frequently on all sides so that it sears evenly.

Labeled ingredients for miso ginger dressing on top of a white board.

What you’ll need for the miso ginger dressing

Beyond easy to make, just throw all of these ingredients into a blender or small food processor and, voilà — tangy, salty, sweet, gingery Asian dressing in minutes! Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 1 teaspoon fresh ginger, grated
  • 1 small garlic clove, roughly chopped
  • 2 tablespoons white miso paste
  • Juice from 1/2 lime
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons reduced-sodium soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons honey (or more if you like it sweeter)
  • 2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil
  • 3 tablespoons rice vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper
Miso ginger dressing inside a food processor with a spoon on the side, on top of a white board.

Use a small food processor or blender to whip up this easy miso ginger dressing!

A miso tofu poke bowl in a black vessel with a woman pouring miso ginger dressing on top.

Drizzle the Miso Ginger Dressing on top of the poke bowl. The flavor of this dressing is off the charts!

A woman holding chopsticks with a tofu cube, and a miso tofu poke bowl underneath.

Dig in! You’re going to love this tofu poke bowl so much that it will become a family favorite!

A black bowl filled with miso tofu poke bowl ingredients and white rice, with chopsticks and a clear jar of miso ginger dressing on the side.

Tips & Tricks

  • It’s important to use extra firm tofu so it doesn’t fall apart when searing!
  • You might want to wait until the last step to cut up your avocados as avocados will brown when exposed to air.
  • Make it gluten free! Just substitute the soy sauce for gluten-free soy sauce or coconut aminos!
  • White rice vs. brown rice? That’s totally up to you! Either variety works great in this tofu poke bowl!
  • You can make the miso dressing ahead of time and store in the refrigerator until ready to assemble the bowls.
  • This dish is great for leftovers! Keep in the refrigerator for up to 4 to 5 days.

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A black bowl filled with miso tofu poke bowl ingredients and white rice, with chopsticks and clear jar of miso ginger dressing on the side.

Seared Miso Tofu Poke Bowl

  • Author:Asian Caucasian
  • Prep Time:20 min
  • Cook Time:10 min
  • Total Time:30 min
  • Yield:41x
  • Category:Salads
  • Method:Stove top
  • Cuisine:Asian Fusion
  • Diet:Vegetarian

Description

This delicious vegetarian Seared Miso Tofu Poke Bowl features seasoned wok-seared tofu, crisp veggies, and avocados, served over sticky white rice and drizzled with a tangy sweet miso ginger dressing.


For the tofu:

  • 15ouncesextra firm tofu
  • 1/2 teaspoon Kosher salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1/4 teaspoon chili powder
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil

For the bowls:

  • 2 rainbow radishes, sliced thinly
  • 3 Persian cucumbers, sliced thinly
  • 1/4 red onion, sliced thinly
  • 2 large avocados, cut into cubes
  • 2 green onions, sliced
  • Handful of radish sprouts
  • 1/2cup fresh cilantro leaves
  • 2cups cooked white rice
  • Black sesame seeds (for garnish)

For the miso ginger dressing:

  • 1 teaspoon fresh ginger, grated
  • 1 small garlic clove, roughly chopped
  • 2 tablespoons white miso paste
  • Juice from 1/2 lime
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons reduced-sodium soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons honey (or more if you like it sweeter)
  • 2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil
  • 3 tablespoonsrice vinegar
  • Pinch of cayenne pepper

Make the tofu:

  1. You’ll want to get as much moisture out of the tofu as possible. Take the block of tofu and wrap it tightly in a kitchen towel or paper towels for at least 30 minutes. (Or, use a tofu press to do the job!) Then, cut the tofu into two-inch cubes.
  2. Place the tofu cubes in a large mixing bowl and sprinkle with the salt, pepper, and chili powder. Toss to coat.
  3. Add 2 tablespoons of canola oil to a heavy wok or skillet pre-heated on medium high. Sear the tofu cubes until golden brown on all sides, flipping the cubes frequently, about 10 minutes.
  4. Remove the seared tofu from the wok and place on paper towels to drain. Keep warm.

Assemble the bowls: Divide the rice between four bowls. Top with all of the ingredients, garnish with sesame seeds, and drizzle the miso ginger dressing over the  bowls.

Make the dressing: Place all of the ingredients in a blender or small food processor and blend until smooth and creamy. Drizzle the dressing over the tofu poke bowl. (You can make the dressing ahead of time and store in the refrigerator until ready to assemble the bowls.)

Notes

  • It’s important to use extra firm tofu so it doesn’t fall apart when searing!
  • You might want to wait until the last step to cut up your avocados as avocados will brown when exposed to air.
  • Make it gluten free! Just substitute the soy sauce for gluten-free soy sauce or coconut aminos!
  • White rice vs. brown rice? That’s totally up to you! Either variety works great in this tofu poke bowl!
  • You can make the miso dressing ahead of time and store in the refrigerator until ready to assemble the bowls.
  • This dish is great for leftovers! Keep in the refrigerator for up to 4 to 5 days.

Nutrition

  • Serving Size:
  • Calories:619
  • Sugar:12.7 g
  • Sodium:342.1 mg
  • Fat:38.7 g
  • Carbohydrates:55.6 g
  • Protein:17.2 g
  • Cholesterol:0 mg

Keywords: vegetarian poke bowl, tofu poke bowl, miso tofu, miso dressing, veggie and tofu poke bowl

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Salmon, miso and ginger poke bowl

Healthy, hearty and so satisfying, this salmon poke bowl makes the ideal make-ahead work lunch.

Feb 15, 2018 1:05am
  • 25 mins preparation
  • 20 mins cooking
  • Serves 4
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Ingredients

Salmon, miso and ginger poke bowl
  • 500 gram sashimi-grade salmon, cut into 1.5cm cubes
  • 2 tablespoon white (shiro) miso
  • 4 centimetre piece ginger, peeled, grated
  • 2 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
  • 2 tablespoon tamari
  • 2 cup water
  • 1 1/2 cup white quinoa, rinsed
  • 2 bunch broccolini, 2cm peices
  • soft boiled eggs, tamari almonds, sliced green onion, to serve
  • 2 lebanese cucumbers, thinly sliced
  • 4 red radish, thinly sliced
  • 1/4 cup pickled pink ginger
  • 1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt flakes

Method

Salmon, miso and ginger poke bowl
  • In a large bowl, combine salmon with combined miso, ginger, vinegar and the tamari. Chill, covered, for 30 minutes.
  • Meanwhile in a large saucepan combine quinoa and water on medium. Bring to a simmer and cook, uncovered, for 15 minutes, adding broccolini in final 3 minutes, covered.
  • To make the pickle; in a bowl, toss all ingredients. Set aside for 5 minutes.
  • Divide quinoa and brocolini between 4 bowls. Top with piles of pickled vegetables, salmon and a two halves of egg. Scatter with almonds, serve straight away with lime wedges and sliced green onions.
  • Serve quinoa and broccoli topped with miso salmon and quick pickle. Accompany with soft boiled egg, lime wedges and sliced green onion, if liked.

Notes

Use a vegetable peeler for think cucumber slices.

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This Vegan Tofu Poke Bowl is a deliciously fresh and filling asian take on a salad. Paired with the ginger miso dressing, you get that irresistible touch of umami flavour. The miso ginger dressing is really the hero of this dish by giving it a nice gingery bite without making it too overpowering.

This Vegan Tofu Poke Bowl is one of my favourite comfort foods. I can eat this at any time of the day, all-day, everyday, and the dressing was just so finger licking delicious. Its a great, low-carb, keto and so deliciously filling. It’s a great way to get in your daily vegetables and just detox. Especially with Covid lingering around, a lot of people have been struggling with weight gain. Well these are a great way to detox, lose weight, and not feel like you’re missing out.

Everyone has been managing these hard times in different ways, we all have unique challenges to deal with. The perspective that I have decided to take during the pandemic is that it is an opportunity for self-reflection. During these times self-reflection, I realize how much I appreciate all the people that I do have in my life to spend with during this challenging period and so thankful that I don’t get to go through it alone.

I have been blessed with a partner with whom I live with and his daughter, so we are going through this together, but for a good portion of my life adult life, I spent it single in my apartment. Now under normal circumstances, this can be pleasant for some, but in a post-Covid-19 world, the isolation can be a lot more demanding.

This recipe is for all those who are stuck in this alone, and it is also a call for those who are blessed with a partner, children and/or roommates to reach out to those who don’t because these are the people who are the most in need of human connections right now. We all need human contact in some shape or form, so be mindful of these people and put them as a priority on your list of people to contact.

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Vegan Poke Bowl with Miso Ginger Dressing

This Vegan Tofu Poke Bowl with miso ginger dressing are deliciously fresh and the ginger miso dressing gives it little touch of umami flavour.

Course Main Course, Salad

Cuisine Asian

Keyword Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Poke Bowl, Refined Sugar-Free

Servings 1

Author Happy as a Yam Recipes

Dressing Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup tahini (sesame seed paste)
  • 1 tbsp grated ginger
  • 2 cloves grated garlic
  • 1 tsp miso paste
  • 1 tbsp rice vinegar
  • 1 tsp sesame oil
  • 2 tsp maple syrup
  • 2 tbsp water
  • pinch sea salt to taste

Salad Ingredients

  • 1 cup freshly cooked wild rice
  • 1/2 avocado, halved then sliced
  • 1 tsp black & white sesame seeds
  • 1/4 cup carrots fine julienned or grated
  • a handful of snow peas
  • 1 shredded Nori Sheets
  • 100 g tofu cut into 3”x3” by ½” thick
  • 1/4 cup red cabbage
  • Mix all of the dressing ingredients and pour half in a small bowl and soak your tofu for at least an hour to allow flavours to develop.

  • Once the tofu has been soaked, transfer to a frying pan over medium-high heat for approximately 3 minutes on each side or until well browned.

  • Start building your salad bowl by making your rice base. Pour the remainder of your dressing into a small dipping bowl and place it in the middle of your salad bowl. Then, arrange the rest of your salad ingredients around the dipping bowl, including your tofu.


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Salmon, miso and ginger poke bowl

Healthy, hearty and so satisfying, this salmon poke bowl makes the miso poke bowl make-ahead work lunch.

Feb 15, 2018 1:05am
  • 25 mins preparation
  • 20 mins cooking
  • Serves 4
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Ingredients

Salmon, miso and ginger poke bowl
  • 500 gram sashimi-grade salmon, cut into 1.5cm cubes
  • 2 tablespoon white (shiro) miso
  • 4 centimetre piece ginger, peeled, grated
  • 2 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
  • 2 tablespoon tamari
  • 2 cup water
  • 1 1/2 cup white quinoa, rinsed
  • 2 bunch broccolini, 2cm peices
  • soft boiled eggs, tamari almonds, sliced green onion, to serve
  • 2 lebanese cucumbers, thinly sliced
  • 4 red radish, thinly sliced
  • 1/4 cup pickled pink ginger
  • 1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt flakes

Method

Salmon, miso and ginger poke bowl
  • In a large bowl, combine salmon with combined miso, ginger, vinegar and the tamari. Chill, covered, for 30 minutes.
  • Meanwhile in a large saucepan combine quinoa and water on medium. Bring to a simmer and cook, uncovered, for 15 minutes, adding broccolini in final 3 minutes, miso poke bowl, covered.
  • To make the pickle; in a bowl, toss all ingredients. Set aside for 5 minutes.
  • Divide quinoa and brocolini between 4 bowls. Top with piles of pickled vegetables, salmon and a two halves of egg. Scatter with almonds, serve straight away with lime wedges and sliced green onions.
  • Serve quinoa and broccoli topped with miso salmon and quick pickle. Accompany with soft boiled egg, lime wedges and sliced green onion, if liked.

Notes

Use a vegetable peeler for think cucumber slices.

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Miso salmon and green rice poke bowl

  • Difficulty
    easy
  • Cooking time
    less than 30 minutes
  • Serves
    serves 2
  • 600g Tassal skin off fillets cut into 1 inch cubes

  • 1 tablespoon miso paste

  • 1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar

  • 1 tablespoon chilli sauce

  • 1 teaspoon mirin (or maple syrup)

  • 1 teaspoon sesame oil

  • 2 cups (320g) cooked jasmine rice

  • 1 teaspoon matcha

  • 1 miso poke bowl rice wine vinegar

  • 1 miso poke bowl grated ginger

  • ¼ cup (60ml) extra virgin olive oil

  • salt to taste

  • broad beans

  • sliced cucumber

  • purple cabbage

  • pickled onion

  • micro herbs

  • black and white sesame seeds

  • lime wedges

  1. Place miso paste, rice wine vinegar, chilli sauce, mirin and sesame oil in a glass jar. Mash the miso with a fork and mix well until marinade is smooth and creamy. Place salmon in a glass bowl and add the marinade. Toss gently to coat the salmon evenly with the marinade. Cover with cling film and place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to an hour.
  2. Place all ingredients for the rice in a large bowl and mix well. Set aside.
  3. To assemble the poke bowl, scoop rice in a medium sized serving bowl. Arrange broad beans, cucumber, cabbage and onion around the rice. Top with the chilled marinated salmon, miso poke bowl. Sprinkle sesame seeds. Garnish with micro herbs and lime wedge. Serve immediately.

Image and recipe courtesy of Tassal Salmon

Источник: miso poke bowl

What is miso? Miso is a traditional Japanese food made from fermented soybeans. The fermentat

 

ion process that the soybeans undergo due to our miniscule microbial friends, create a wonderfully nutritionally-dense produce that has more protein and vitamins, less anti-nutrients and also contains its own natural probiotics (hello, gut health!)
There is a wide variety of nutritional benefits that stem from this delicious and versatile fermented ingredient such as protection from various cancers, improved heart health, stronger immunity, improved stabilisation of blood sugars, improve mood and memory and decreased anxiety! Better yet, the consumption of the deliciously salty miso soup has not been associated with the incidence of hypertension! Miso happy!

Serves 4
INGREDIENTS

For the salmon:
• 2 cups skinless fresh, sushi-grade salmon, cubed
• 1.5 tablespoon miso paste
• 1.5 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
• 1.5 tablespoon chilli sauce
• 1.5 teaspoon mirin (or maple syrup)
• 1.5 teaspoon sesame oil
• 3/4 teaspoon garlic, minced
• 3/4 teaspoon ginger, minced
• 4 tablespoons green onions, white parts only (reserve the greens for garnish on the finished bowl!)

To serve:
• 1 large cucumber, peeled into ribbons
• 1 large carrot, sliced into thin matchsticks
• 1 large Hass avocado, sliced
• 1.5 cups purple cabbage, thinly sliced
• 1.5 cups shelled edamame beans
• Pickled onions, sliced (pink)
• 2 cups brown or black rice, cooked

To garnish:
• 4 tsp black sesame seeds (may use white)
• 1 sheet dried nori (seaweed), crumbled
• Pickled jalapenos (optional)

METHOD
1. Place miso paste, rice wine vinegar, chilli sauce, mirin, sesame oil, garlic, ginger and green onions in a glass jar. Shake well until marinade is smooth and creamy (you may need to mash the miso a little first).
2. Place salmon in a glass bowl and add ¾ of the marinade, leaving the other ¼ aside. Toss gently to coat the salmon evenly with the marinade. Cover with cling film and place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to an hour.
3. When nearly ready to serve, toss brown rice with the other ¼ of the marinade.
4. Divide the ingredients to serve amongst 4 bowls, add the salmon and garnish with the ingredients to garnish.
5. Enjoy!

JORDAN KAIN (APD, MND, Exspsc)

Dietitian and Exercise Scientist

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Miso Mushroom Poke Bowl

You could easily be mistaken for thinking that a Poke bowl is a Japanese invention, but actually don chaney basketball card one of the national dishes of Hawaii. Slap bang in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, Hawaiian cuisine has lots of influences from the Orient. Poke bowls most commonly feature raw fish, generally salmon or tuna, however we've created a mushroom version that's full of vibrant flavours and beautiful colours. This recipe really celebrates the spectacular flavours of great tasting vegetables.

Ingredients for a Miso Mushroom Poke Bowl
Serves 4

200g Long Grain Brown Rice, cooked and kept warm
250g Edamame Beans, steamed for 5 minutes
2tsp Miso Miso poke bowl Soup Paste
4tbsps Poke Sauce
1/2 Jar Pockeredge Pantry Pickled Radishes
1tbsp Wakame Seaweed, soaked in plenty of cold water for 10 minutes
2 Large Fresh Beetroots, peeled and chopped into thin match sticks
1 Red Pepper, thinly sliced
1/2 Cucumber, seeds removed and diced into small chunks
1 Red Chilli, thinly sliced
2 or 3 Spring Onions, sliced thinly
1 Ripe Avocado, peeled and sliced
100g Kale, steamed for 5 minutes until tender
150g Bean Sprouts, steamed for 1 minute
120g Shiitake Mushrooms
300g Chestnut Mushrooms, cut into quarters
2tsp Sesame Seeds, toasted
A drizzle of Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil

Although the ingredients list looks a little long, generally, they are easy items to get hold of and if you are missing one of two garnishes, miso poke bowl, it's not going to ruin your outcome.

What's nice about this dish is that you can steadily prep all the ingredients and there is no pressure on timing each job to coincide with any of the other jobs - pretty chilled really.

As the brown rice takes about 25-28 minutes, get that on and if it's cooked before you're ready with the other bits, just drain it and leave it in the pan - it's fine if the rice is only warm when you come to eat it.

Start by prepping the beetroot, cucumber, miso poke bowl, red pepper, spring onions and fresh chilli. Toast the sesame seeds and steam the edamame beans, kale and beansprouts - leave them on the side, it's fine for them to be slightly warm or even completely cold.

Cut up the mushrooms into even chunks, heat a pan with a little oil and fry the mushrooms miso poke bowl a high heat. Once they've started to brown a little, stir through a couple of teaspoons of Miso Dashi Paste. Toss the mushrooms around in the paste and keep cooking for another minute or so. Add the spring onions and turn off the heat, leaving the mushrooms in the pan until you're ready saints super bowl dvd full game serve. Now peel and slice your avocado.

Once all the ingredients are ready, drizzle the Poke Sauce over the beetroot, red pepper, cucumber, kale miso poke bowl bean sprouts and gentle mix. You want to keep all the ingredients separate so that you can place them on the bowl in a decorative way, but get a little of the sauce to coat the vegetables.

To build your poke bowl, pile a good couple of spoons of rice in the centre of the bowl and then arrange all the other ingredients around the edge, finishing with the mushrooms on the top. Finish with an extra drizzle of Poke Sauce and a sprinkling of toasted sesame seeds. Tuck in.



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Vegan Poke Miso poke bowl Recipe (Gluten-Free, Healthy, & Delicious)

Tofu Poke Bowl Recipe

This vegan poke bowl recipe is going to blow your mind. It's a delicious, wholesome meal made with flavorful ingredients like spicy tofu, pickled veggies, and a creamy miso sauce.

Are you drooling yet?

Vegan Poke Bowl

📖 About

Poke is a fusion between Japanese and Hawaiian ingredients. The best way to describe it is like a deconstructed bowl of sushi. And while normally made with raw fish like ahi tuna or salmon, we've taken a vegan twist on this recipe we think you're going to love.

We're both super intrigued by all things Japanese. We love the history, culture and natural beauty of this ancient country. But most of all, we love the food, miso poke bowl. It's simplistic and clean, but full of all our favorite flavors.

So, when we found out about poke bowls a few years ago, it sparked our interest. A sushi bowl filled with rice, protein, crunchy veggies, nori, and even fruit or nuts? Yup, we're in! The only downside is the fact that fish is traditionally used.

So, we finally set out on a mission to create the ultimate vegan poke bowl recipe. And honestly, this is one of our miso poke bowl meals to date. It's full giro chrono sport short vibrant ingredients that will keep you feeling light and healthy after you're done eating.

And to top it all off, the creamy miso ginger sauce we created for this meal makes it a 10/10, miso poke bowl. Well, have we convinced you you're going to love this poke bowl yet?!

Vegetables And Tofu On A Table

🍲 Key ingredients

  • Tofu: We can't say enough good things about tofu! While somewhat bland on its own, tofu soaks up marinades so well that it can be utilized in virtually any cuisine. We love baking it to create a chewy texture with a crispy exterior. Contrary to popular belief, there are actually so many benefits of eating soy. Not only is it full of plant-based protein, it also contains compounds called isoflavones. Amongst other benefits, some studies have shown promising results in regards to the protective effects of soy against certain types of cancer. But, we won't go too deep into that. The moral of the story is tofu makes a perfect addition to this bowl!
  • Sushi rice: to create the perfect poke bowl, you should definitely stick to sushi rice (see what we did there?). But seriously, it gives the most authentic texture and taste to this dish, miso poke bowl. It's chewy and delicious, especially when served warm. It is the perfect base since the flavor won't overpower the rest of the ingredients. And we know, brown rice is better for you. But, what's life without a little risk?! Go ahead, eat some white rice.
  • Edamame: this vibrant plant-based protein is the immature version of a soybean. Edamame beans provide a similar taste to green peas, miso poke bowl, but they have miso poke bowl firmer texture. They also have hints of sweetness and nuttiness, a little like an almond. We love cooking with edamame beans because they're a complete protein, and they're a great source of other important nutrients like iron, fiber, and vitamin C.
  • Miso sauce: the cherry on top of this vegan poke bowl recipe is a creamy miso sauce. We use a base of vegan mayo to create the perfect consistency. Then, we mix in some rice vinegar for a little tang, ginger, garlic and horseradish for bite, and liquid aminos and miso for a touch of umami flavor. Honestly, we could just drink this sauce straight from the jar.
  • Cubed Tofu On A Baking Sheet
  • Cooked Tofu On A Baking Sheet

🔪 Instructions

To start this recipe off, rinse and drain your sushi rice in a strainer until the water runs clear. If you are using a rice cooker, put twice as much water in with the rice and turn it on. If you are using a pressure cooker, you'll only need to use a 1:1 water to rice ratio. After you get the rice going, preheat your oven to 375 degrees F, and line two baking sheets with parchment paper.

Then, drain and press your brick of tofu between two hard surfaces with a heavy object on top. We usually wrap the tofu in a tea towel, use the counter on the bottom, and put a cutting board on top with a heavy appliance over that, miso poke bowl. Let the tofu press while you prepare the sweet potatoes.

Cubed Sweet Potatoes On A Baking Sheet

You'll need to peel and cube the sweet potatoes into small pieces, about ¼-inch or so. Transfer those to your parchment-lined baking pan, drizzle with some avocado oil, and sprinkle with a bit of garlic powder, salt, and pepper. Toss everything with your hands to make sure the sweet potatoes are well coated.

After a few minutes of pressing the tofu, you'll need to cube it into pieces that are similar in size to the sweet potatoes. Again, transfer the cubes to your other baking sheet, and season the tofu with a little more garlic powder, salt, and pepper.

Sliced Radish And Cucumber In A Bowl

Bake both the sweet potatoes and tofu for about 30-35 minutes, making sure to turn the sweet potatoes at the halfway point. When the tofu is half done, remove it from the oven, toss it in a Sriracha hot sauce and sweet chili sauce mixture, and finish baking with the glaze.

While you're waiting for those to finish baking, prepare some edamame by steaming them in a double boiler for a few minutes. If you don't have a double boiler, you can also just microwave the beans in 10 second bursts. Once they are heated through, surfing in rocky point mexico the edamame with a sprinkle of sea salt, and leave them until you are ready to assemble the poke bowls.

In the meantime, create a quick miso poke bowl veggie mixture by slicing both the radishes and cucumbers very thinly (we use a mandoline for this). Then, put those in a bowl with rice vinegar, sesame oil, and cane sugar. Mix well, and set aside. Make sure to stir the vegetables occasionally to coat them evenly.

Miso Ginger Dressing In A Bowl

To prepare the dressing, combine all of your ingredients thoroughly in a small bowl or mason jar. Taste and adjust the seasonings to your liking. Add horse radish, ginger, and garlic for more punch, miso and liquid aminos for more umami flavor, or rice vinegar for more tang.

Once all the cooked items are finished, it's time to assemble these poke bowls! Divide the rice between bowls, then add in sweet potatoes, tofu, edamame beans, and pickled vegetables. Top everything with a creamy miso sauce, avocado slices, nori strips, black and white sesame seeds, sliced green onions, and Sriracha for more heat.

🌡️ Storage

Poke bowls are the perfect meal to prep ahead of time and have on hand for lunch, miso poke bowl. For optimal storage, store all of the ingredients in separate containers.

If kept separately, the ingredients will last for miso poke bowl days in the fridge. When you're ready to eat, just heat the rice, tofu, and sweet potatoes, then serve the rest of the veggies overtop.

Vegan Poke Bowl

💭 Budget tips

We think everyone should be able to eat better for less, so here are a few tricks to make this recipe even more affordable:

  • Use green peas in place of the edamame beans
  • Skip pickling the vegetables to avoid needing the rice vinegar, sesame oil, and cane sugar
  • Serve with a simple soy sauce dressing instead of the miso sauce

🍴 Tasting notes

This recipe is everything you could ask for in a meal. We hope you love these poke bowls as much as us! They're:

  • Tangy
  • Savory
  • Fresh
  • Healthy
  • Delicious

If you try this poke bowl, miso poke bowl, please rate it and leave us a comment below! Want to stay up-to-date with new recipes? Subscribe to our newsletter or connect with Broke Bank Vegan on social media. Happy eating!

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Vegan Poke Bowl

Vegan Poke Bowl Recipe

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This Vegan Tofu Poke Bowl is a deliciously fresh and filling asian take on a salad. Paired with the ginger miso dressing, you nexus hockey gloves that irresistible touch of umami flavour. The miso ginger miso poke bowl is really the hero of this dish by giving it a nice gingery bite without making it too overpowering.

This Vegan Miso poke bowl Poke Bowl is one of my favourite comfort foods. I can eat this at any time of the day, all-day, everyday, and the dressing was just so finger licking delicious. Its a great, low-carb, keto and so deliciously filling. It’s a great way to get in miso poke bowl daily vegetables and just detox. Especially with Covid lingering around, a lot of people have been struggling with weight gain. Well these are a great way to detox, lose weight, and not feel like you’re missing out.

Everyone has been managing these hard times in different ways, we all have unique challenges to deal with, miso poke bowl. The perspective that I have decided to take during the pandemic is that it is an opportunity for self-reflection. During these times self-reflection, I realize how much I appreciate all the people that I do have in my life to spend with during this challenging period and so thankful that I don’t get to go through it alone.

I have been blessed with a partner with whom I live with and his daughter, so we are going through this together, miso poke bowl, but for a good portion of my life adult life, I spent it single in my apartment. Now under normal circumstances, this can be pleasant for some, but in a post-Covid-19 world, the isolation can be a lot more demanding.

This recipe is for all those who are stuck in this alone, and it is also a call for those who are blessed with a partner, children and/or roommates to miso poke bowl out to those who don’t because these are the people who are the most in need of human connections right now. We all need human contact in some shape or form, so be mindful of these people and put them as a priority on your list of people to contact.

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Vegan Poke Bowl with Miso Ginger Dressing

This Vegan Tofu Poke Bowl with miso ginger dressing are deliciously fresh and the ginger miso dressing gives it little touch of umami flavour.

Course Main Course, Salad

Cuisine Asian

Keyword Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Poke Bowl, Refined Sugar-Free

Servings 1

Author Happy miso poke bowl a Yam Recipes

Dressing Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup tahini (sesame seed paste)
  • 1 tbsp grated ginger
  • 2 cloves grated garlic
  • 1 tsp miso paste
  • 1 tbsp rice vinegar
  • 1 tsp sesame oil
  • 2 tsp maple syrup
  • 2 tbsp water
  • pinch sea salt to taste

Salad Ingredients

  • 1 cup freshly cooked wild rice
  • 1/2 avocado, halved then sliced
  • 1 tsp black & white sesame seeds
  • 1/4 cup carrots fine julienned or grated
  • a handful of snow peas
  • 1 shredded Nori Sheets
  • 100 g tofu cut into 3”x3” by ½” thick
  • 1/4 cup red cabbage
  • Mix all of the dressing ingredients and pour half in a small bowl and soak your tofu for at least an hour to allow flavours to develop.

  • Once the tofu has been soaked, transfer to a frying pan over medium-high heat for approximately 3 minutes on each side or miso poke bowl well browned.

  • Start building your salad bowl by making your rice base. Pour the remainder of your dressing into a small dipping bowl and place it in the middle of your salad bowl. Then, arrange the rest of your salad ingredients around the dipping bowl, including your tofu.


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Orange Miso Sesame Tuna Poke Bowl with Sticky Rice

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Raw Fish Rice Salad

Poke Bowls are still on the rise as a significant and delicious food trend that has hooked pretty much everybody. You may have seen restaurants and street food vendors filling up with their own variety of this traditional Hawaiian dish but, have you ever tried making one at home?

Essentially, a Poke Bowl is a raw fish rice salad. But, what’s the buzz around this meal? What we love the most about this customizable dish is that miso poke bowl are endless possibilities when it comes to ingredients to mix in. Although this recipe calls for a flavorful and perfectly balanced mix of tuna and fresh vegetables, we encourage you to try different toppings until you find the perfect ingredient combination for you.

To make a proper Hawaiian inspired rice bowl, all you need is a hearty rice base, fresh vegetables, a savory dressing and of course, raw fish, miso poke bowl. For the grain base, Mahatma® Short Grain Rice is our go-to. If you want sticky rice and sushi rice like textured grain, cook the rice according to the package directions and drizzle with a mixture of water, rice vinegar, and white sugar – some say a Poke Bowl is a deconstructed sushi roll.

How-To’s: Raw Fish

More often than not, people shy away from recipes like sushi because they are not comfortable handling raw fish. Don’t worry, here are some helpful tips for buying, miso poke bowl, preparing and enjoying raw fish – Keep these handy for this recipe and maybe try your hand at making these easy-to-make Tuna and Avocado Sushi Rolls next.

How should I choose raw fish? When it comes to tuna and salmon, shops generally sell fresh fish that is pre-cut and ready for sushi. However, if you want to try picking out your own fish variety, one of the indicators of fresh fish is that it isn’t smelly – contrary to what most people would think.

How should I store raw fish? As soon as you buy it, seafood should be put in the cold – either a freezer, refrigerator or ice at a temperature below 40°F. Freeze the fish and always thaw out progressively. For a gradual defrost process, place in the fridge overnight.

How should I prepare raw food? You should always keep the fresh fish away from the cooked ingredients. That means using different cutting boards and knives when prepping the fish for your bowl. When you’re done, make sure to do the dishes with hot water and a sufficient amount of soap.

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