Low-Carb Poke Bowl

Did you know that it is also possible to make a low-carb poké bowl or sushi bowl? You simply replace the sushi rice with cauliflower rice. Furthermore, add your favorite sushi ingredients and your low-carb poké bowl is ready!

Making a low-carb poké bowl The most important change compared to of a traditional poké bowl is therefore the use of cauliflower rice instead of sushi rice. Cauliflower rice is less soggy than sushi rice, but the taste is easy to imitate. By adding a little rice vinegar sweetened with erythritol, you get a traditional sushi flavor in your rice. You can also decorate the poke bowl to your liking.

A tasty poke bowl consists of different structures, such as the softness of avocado, a bite of cabbage and carrot and finally some sesame seeds on top for the crunch. In short, a delicious and healthy lunch or evening meal. Tips |Don't like salmon? Then replace it with shrimp, fresh crab, tuna or even fried chicken thigh fillet. There is something for everyone! For more inspiration, check out our other low-carb dinner recipes.



300 gr cauliflower rice

15 ml rice vinegar

10 g erythritol

200 gr fresh (smoked) salmon 1

/2 cucumber

100 gr julienne carrot

1 large avocado

50 g red cabbage, sliced

2 tbsp mayonnaise

2 tbsp soy sauce

handful of sesame seeds

Preparation method

Prepare the cauliflower rice first. Place the cauliflower rice in a wok and place over a low heat. Then add the rice vinegar and erythritol to a small saucepan. Heat the rice vinegar until the erythritol has melted. Add the rice vinegar to the cauliflower rice while stirring.

Keep stirring the cauliflower rice for about 5 minutes. Then turn off the heat and let the cauliflower rice cool down again. Cut the cucumber, avocado and salmon into pieces.

Spoon the cauliflower rice into two bowls. Then divide the salmon, cucumber, avocado, julienne carrot and red cabbage between the two dishes. Mix the mayonnaise with the soy sauce and divide over the poké bowl. Finally, garnish the poke bowl with sesame seeds and enjoy!

Nutritional values Serving Size: 1 cup

Calories: 440

Fat: 30.8

Carbs: 9.2

Protein: 26.9

Prep Time: 15

Cooking Time: 10

Total Time: 25

Servings: 2 Bowls

There is something for everyone! For more inspiration, check out our other low-carb dinner recipes.


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