Ahi Poke

By Barrie McCorkle
Published on: January 3, 2020

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A light and refreshing dish that can be made as an appetizer or a meal.  Experiment with it to get just the flavor you want.  Optional additions can include fresh cilantro, lime, macadamia nuts or thai basil.  Great for hot summer days.

2 Tuna steaks

½ Avocado

1 bunch green onion

1 Tbsp sesame seeds

4 Tbsp ponzu

1 Tbsp sesame oil (or olive oil)

1 clove garlic (crushed)

1 tsp crushed red pepper

Sear tuna steaks in hot skillet for approximately 7-10 seconds per side. Slice into small cubes and discard any fatty portions. Dice avocado in the same manner. Chop green onion. Combine all ingredients into a medium bowl and enjoy!

Can be served in fried-wonton shells as tacos, on rice crackers or on tortilla chips. My preference is lime tortilla chips, it gives the poke a little extra flavor.

Barrie McCorkle

Barrie McCorkle

Barrie is a consumer electronics industry veteran with nearly 30 years of experience in the Audio, Video and Custom Installation community. He is Director of Supplier Programs at D-Tools, as well as the President of Bear Essentials, his executive life coaching firm.

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