Tuna Poke Bowl

Easy way to consume a lot of delicious protein.

2 servings

Time: 15 mins

By Ethan Chlebowski

This bowl is an easy way to consume a lot of delicious protein. It’s the perfect weeknight dinner or lunch. This recipe is one of three high-protein bowls I made in this video.

Ethan Chlebowski

Ethan Chlebowski



  • Seasoned tuna

    • tuna
      , sushi grade
      300 g
    • scallions
      , sliced
    • wakame seaweed
      , chopped
      2 spoonfuls
    • red onions
      , sliced
    • sesame seeds
      a sprinkle
  • Seasoning sauce

    • soy sauce
      15 ga spoonful
    • sesame oil
      10 ga spoonful
    • rice vinegar
      5 ga drizzle
    • sriracha
      5 ga drizzle
  • Spicy pickled carrots

    • water
      100 g1 part
    • rice vinegar
      100 g1 part
    • carrots
      , julienned
    • serrano peppers
      , thinly sliced
    • salt
      a sprinkle
    • msg
      a sprinkle


Step 1: Pickle the carrots

Add the julienned carrots and sliced serrano peppers to a jar and pour over a mixture of water, rice wine vinegar, and salt. These will be ready for use once cooled and will get more pickled over time. The jar can be stored in the fridge for a long time.

Step 2: Cut the tuna & make the seasoning

Pat the tuna block dry before slicing into it. Cut down the block into strips, roughly 1/2 an inch wide. Then cut across the slices, making cubes. Toss into a bowl and set aside.

Add all seasoning sauce ingredients to a bowl and mix until homogenous. If using: add the wakame to a small bowl, and cover it with water to rehydrate it. Once hydrated, remove it from the bowl and chop it up.

Step 3: Marinate the tuna

Combine the sauce in a bowl with all seasoned tuna ingredients so that everything is coated. Let for a few minutes.

Step 4: Assemble & serve

Optional: add warmed leftover rice to a bowl.

Add a sprinkle of furikake seasoning to create a little crunchy layer before adding the marinated tuna mixture over the top. Lastly, top with the spicy pickled carrot mixture and wakame seaweed. Enjoy!



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