Low-carb salmon poke bowl with zoodles – Recipe

I love making low-carb dishes, and I’m always looking for new ways to serve them. I recently came across a salmon poke bowl that was so good, I wanted to share the recipe with everyone so they could try it for themselves. The recipe is really easy to make and it’s filled with great, healthy ingredients. You just need to keep a few things in mind when mixing the ingredients together.

I’ve been trying out plenty of different new recipes this summer, but one of my favorites has involved zucchini noodles. I’ve been enjoying them both on their own as well as in a variety of different recipes, so when I saw a low-carb recipe for zoodles that used salmon as an ingredient, I thought I’d give it a try. This dish was absolutely delicious, and I’m already looking forward to making it again.

What do you do when you don’t feel like cooking but want to eat a healthy and delicious lunch? Why, you eat a healthy and delicious lunch, of course! Today I’m sharing with you a super healthy and easy low-carb dinner. This poke bowl recipe is full of protein and low in carbs without a lot of fuss.

Low-carb salmon poke bowl with zoodles

Salmon poke dish with zoodles on a low-carb diet

 

 

It’s no surprise that Hawaiian poke bowls (pronounced poh-kay) are all the rage these days. They’re simple, fresh, and very delicious, especially when paired with a spicy umami sauce. The marinated raw salmon, cucumber, red cabbage, bean sprouts, avocado, and zoodles in this low-carb variation are drizzled with a sriracha mayonnaise sauce.

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11g

Instructions

  1. Combine the marinade ingredients in a medium-sized mixing basin. Toss the salmon with the other ingredients in the dish. Refrigerate for at least 10 minutes after covering or sealing.

  2. Combine mayonnaise, ginger, lime juice, and sriracha sauce in a small bowl. Remove from the equation.

  3. A big pot of water should be brought to a boil. Place the zoodles in a colander and drain after one minute in boiling water.

  4. In serving dishes, combine zoodles, cucumber, bean sprouts, red cabbage, and avocado. Drizzle the mayo over the fish and serve. Serve with sesame seeds as a garnish.

I would like to introduce you to a recipe that is relatively new to my repertoire, and that is the low-carb salmon poke bowl. This dish is a bit of a fusion dish between a poke bowl and a salad, with the addition of zucchini noodles. I bet you can guess what a poke bowl is by now – it is a Hawaiian dish that is traditionally prepared with raw fish, which is then marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, ginger, sesame oil and rice vinegar. For those of us not able to get our hands on raw fish, there are other options available, for example tuna or salmon, that still taste just as good.. Read more about keto sushi bowl and let us know what you think.

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