What did you think about this recipe? It is great on top of Japanese white rice or just by itself with a tall cold beer. We have been drinking a lot of Goose Island IPA lately because it seems to be pretty cheap and has a great hoppy flavor. It is refreshing, healthy and packs lots of flavor! Serve tuna mixture over cucumber. This tuna poke recipe with ponzu sauce is the one I make most often at home. For this recipe, I even made a spicy tuna poke video. Combine the first 7 ingredients in a medium glass bowl. Cover and chill 2 hours. If you can find sushi grade tuna at the market, go for it! The simplest traditional poke consists of chunks of raw seafood, most commonly ahi tuna, marinated in Hawaiian salt or shoyu (Japanese soy sauce), chopped seaweed (limu) and kukui nut. Combine soy sauce, mirin, sesame seeds, shallot, garlic, ginger, sesame oil, red pepper flakes, and sriracha sauce in a medium bowl. Otherwise, sashimi grade works well. Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl Recipe. Whisk well. This Tuna Poke starts with – fresh ahi tuna. Be sure to use sushi-grade fish for this Tuna Poke salad because the fish is raw and isn't "cooked" with citrus juice, as in seviche. Goes great with spicy tuna poke! Green onion, sesame oil, and chili pepper are popular additions for the shoyu variation.