While poke (pronounced “po-kay”) may have recently taken off in the continental U.S., Hawaii locals have been devouring these bowls for decades. With years of poke experience under their belts, local Hawaiian eateries have begun to put their own unique spins on the traditional cubed yellowfin tuna over rice. Many poke joints in Honolulu have added “crunch bowls” to their repertoire, sprinkling on wonton strips, puffed rice cereal, tempura flakes, and other crunchy toppings for a fun textural element to the bowl. Although poke bowls are packed with many different flavors and textures, it only takes six ingredients and ten minutes to make your own crunch bowl at home.
Spicy Tuna Crunch Poke Bowl
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 10 minutes
- Servings: 1
Assemble all ingredients.
Combine cubed yellowfin tuna, Sriracha mayo, and soy sauce.
Gently push the freshly mixed yellowfin tuna, Sriracha mayo, and soy sauce on top of the rice.
Sprinkle crushed wonton strips onto the yellowfin tuna.
Garnish the bowl with the chopped scallions.
Grab a pair of chopsticks and enjoy!