Ahi Poke

Another island favorite. Maui onion is used because of its mild sweet flavor. If adding soy sauce, add it just prior to serving. I think kukui nut oil will work just as well. I was just thinking that this would be great with chopped limu (seaweed)!

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2hrs 10mins
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directions

  • Cut Ahi into bite size cubes.
  • Add other ingredients.
  • Refrigerate a couple hours.
  • Enjoy!
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"Another island favorite. Maui onion is used because of its mild sweet flavor. If adding soy sauce, add it just prior to serving. I think kukui nut oil will work just as well. I was just thinking that this would be great with chopped limu (seaweed)!"
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  1. cutiegurljeni
    Born and raised in Hawaii, I know what is good poke. And this recipe is as authentic as it can be. I also added Avocado cubes in mines. Currently, the trend in Hawaii is to add Avocado. It's mean, she go (as locals like to say) . Onolicous. Alright, take it easy. Alohas!
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  2. marisk
    Another island favorite. Maui onion is used because of its mild sweet flavor. If adding soy sauce, add it just prior to serving. I think kukui nut oil will work just as well. I was just thinking that this would be great with chopped limu (seaweed)!
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