Ever wonder how Chefs prepare this cutting edge food favorite with Hawaiian roots said to be the next generation of sushi? Poke (pronounced po-kay) means “chunks” or “to slice or cut” in Hawaiian. Poke has been a staple in Hawaiian cuisine for centuries. Traditionally, a raw fish salad that is served as an appetizer, it consists of cubed ahi tuna marinated in soy sauce and sesame. There are many versions of poke, and they are not all necessarily made from seafood either. Also, when it comes to seasonings, the sky is the limit. In this fun and hands on class, our Chef will show you how easy it is to make Poke at home! Light, fresh, healthy and delicious! You will learn how to prepare your very own bowls Loaded with fresh ingredients like Ahi Tuna with citrus ponzu sauce, rice, noodles, cucumbers, avocado, edamame, mango, and other toppings!. We may even Drizzle our Poke with some creamy sriracha sauce and top it with crunchy nuts. The sky is the limit!
Instructor: Chef John Alunni