Hawaiian Tuna Poke My Style

Back in the days when I was spending some of my time in Oahu Hawaii, I remember right after surfing I used to stop at this very small food trailer to have some Tuna Poke, a Hawaiian dish that is so simple but yet delicious. I love raw fish and I just fell in love with this dish. To me, when a fish is fresh I prefer to eat it just as it is with some lime, herbs, little bit of salt and pepper. I always prepare ceviche in my  house which is a Peruvian dish based on fresh raw fish marinated with lime, onions, cilantro and chile, just like that, and I love ceviche but I really miss that Hawaiian Poke so I decided to assemble it today and I will show you how simple it is to prepare this so healthy fresh and delicious Tuna Poke, taste just like Hawaii after surfing. When I say Tuna Poke my style is because Hawaiian Tuna Poke doesn't have any ginger or lime in it, well... mine does.

1/2 lbs tuna cubed
1/2 cup chopped scallions or green onions
1/2 cup rehydrated seaweed wakaname or just about anything seaweed like chopped nori seaweed
1 tbsp grated ginger
1/4 cup toasted sesame seeds, (I use black and white)
2 tsp soy sauce
2 tsp sesame oil
2 tbsp fresh squeezed lime juice
1/2 tsp of brown sugar

                                     Get all ingredients together and toss them gently
                                                   and serve.

                                 Enjoy this nutritious fresh crisp amazingly tasty dish!                                   

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