Poke is diced raw fish served either as an appetizer or as a main course. It is one of the main dishes of Native Hawaiian cuisine! We have given our Verlasso poke an update! Serving it with black forbidden rice and pickled cabbage! The hot rice with the cold poke is an amazing combination of temperature and flavor.
The wasabi and sesame marinade gives this dish its distinct flavor. You'll definitely want to reserve a portion of it as a dipping sauce! This salmon served over a fresh salad made with freshly roasted vegetables and quinoa is a healthy alternative to rice or pasta.
Stuffed with BBQ lentils, roasted balsamic portabella mushrooms, roasted sustainable salmon and drizzled with almond cream sauce!
Poke (pronounced as "po-kay") is a traditional Hawaiian appetizer, or sometimes as a main dish, that features raw seafood usually fish: salmon or tuna. Depending on one's preference, you can add almost anything to it. Ain't that fun? This recipe is one of our crowd favorites and it is mainly because of the salmon we use. Verlasso offers fine sushi-grade salmon in the market.
White peaches, field peas, and sweet corn pair with silky pan-seared salmon for a burst of delicious flavors. Creamy whipped ricotta cheese is highlighted with honey and lemon zest and then topped with a bed of shredded Napa cabbage for crunch. This Ying and Yang combo make the perfect bed for the salmon to rest before you devour Every. Last. Bite.
If you are looking for a quick salmon recipe but one that is delicious, this salmon is sure to please! You can make the spice mixture ahead of time and have crowd pleasing dinner on the table in less than 15 minutes. Serve with a lemon crème fraîche or a little homemade guacamole to add richness to the salmon!