This Avocado Mango Tuna Poke Salad recipe swaps our sushi rice for greens and is essentially a ‘how-to’ build your own healthy ahi poke bowl! Complete with optional toppings, add-ins and a ridiculously easy to make mango dressing, this salad is perfect for lunches or easy, light dinners!
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Calories: 267 kcal
– finely diced (about 3 TBS)
– thinly sliced
Low Sodium Soy Sauce
Hawaiian Sea Salt
– diced into ½’’ cubes
Spring Lettuce Mix
Can substitute Cooked Short Grain Sushi Rice or Cooked Brown Rice
– peeled, cored & roughly chopped
¼ - ½
or more to taste
Optional Add-ins/Toppings: Sliced Jalapeno, Tobiko, Sesame Seeds, Diced Mango, Wonton Chips, Cilantro, Chopped Macadamia Nuts, Shredded Carrots, Sugar Snap Peas, Sliced Radishes and/or Pickled Ginger.
Prepare the dressing: In the bowl of a food processor, add the mango, lime juice, honey, mirin, sesame oil, sriracha and 1/8 tsp salt. Process until completely smooth. With the motor running stream in water, 1 tablespoon at a time, until desired consistency is achieved*. Taste and adjust for seasoning.
Prepare the Tuna Poke: In a medium bowl, combine the onion through the sesame oil. Season with a generous pinch of salt and whisk well to combine. Add the cubed tuna and toss gently to combine.
Assemble the salad: In a serving bowl, add the lettuce, seaweed salad, avocado and cucumber. Top with the tuna poke mixture and optional toppings . Drizzle with dressing. Enjoy!
Serves: 2 as entree; 4 as side
Nutrition information based on 4 servings.
- While the recipe below calls for sushi-grade tuna, you can absolutely substitute the tuna for any seafood you would like, just make sure you are using sashimi quality fish, or cooked seafood. Sushi-grade salmon, octopus, scallops or cooked crab are delicious options for this poke salad bowl!
- The tuna poke will keep, covered, in the refrigerator for up to one day, however, it is best if eaten on the same day it is prepared.
- The add-ins for the avocado mango tuna poke salad bowl are pretty limitless. I have included a ton of options in the recipe, but feel free to use your imagination and top your bowl with whatever your heart desires!
- The amount of water needed for the mango dressing depends on your preferred consistency. I recommend starting with 1 tablespoon and adding more water, an additional tablespoon at a time, until desired consistency is achieved. For reference, I used 1 1/2 tablespoons of water in my dressing. The same note applies to the honey and sriracha in the dressing. Always make a recipe your own by adjusting the measurements of ingredients to your taste.
Avocado Mango Tuna Poke Salad Bowl
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 117
% Daily Value*
Saturated Fat 2g13%
Vitamin A 3665IU73%
Vitamin C 13.4mg16%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.