Have you ever tried a poke bowl? Here's a poke bowl recipe that will tickle your taste buds while also being friendly to your post-surgery needs. Now, why is this meal perfect for you? Firstly, quinoa is full of protein which is good for muscle repair and muscle growth. Also, quinoa is high in fiber which helps you feel full longer and aids digestion. Fish or lean meat provide even more protein, avocado gives you good fats and the veggies are for even more vitamins and minerals. So, with this delicious bowl you know you’re nourishing your body with the good stuff.
Did you know…
That the poke bowl is founded in Hawai? In Hawaiian “poke” means cutting in pieces or slices. A poke bowl is based on finely sliced veggies and (raw) fish, which explain the name. Today it’s a popular dish and you can variety with all kinds of ingredients to your taste.
For 4 servings
Traditionally, a poke bowl is served with raw fish such as salmon and tuna. Not a fan of raw fish or you can't tolerate it well? Go for chicken, shrimp, or other lean protein sources instead. Rather vegetarian? Then swap meat and fish for extra greens or tofu.