Top Rated Poke Recipes

Hot Spiced Apple Cider
This recipe allows you to heat things up with only four ingredients, making it an easy drink to prepare for a party. Make it your own by spiking it with your favorite rum.This recipe is courtesy of kitchentreaty.com.
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5
dragon fruit
Bold pepper meets sweet dragon fruit and strawberry with this quick and easy dragon fruit and strawberry poke recipe. Serve this tongue-tingling treat at your next gathering.Recipe courtesy of McCormick.
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4.5
Alaska Salmon Poké
Recipe Courtesy of Alaska SeafoodPoké is a raw fish salad that is popular in Hawaii, but the culinary phenomena has recently taken hold in the U.S. Traditional poke seasonings include classic Japanese ingredients like sesame oil, green onions, and soy sauce. Poké can be part of a healthy lunch because raw fish is low in calories, high in protein, and rich in heart-healthy fish oils.
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4.5
Salmon Poke
Salmon may not be a traditional ingredient in Hawaii, where the classic raw preparation of poke (poh-kay) is applied to many types of seafood. But using salmon suits my Northwestern roots, and it shines in the poke style. Feel free to substitute the more traditional ahi tuna, if you wish. Adapted from "Gourmet Game Night" by Cynthia Nims.
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4.5
Switch up the usual mashed potatoes this year and instead serve them au gratin style for Thanksgiving. 
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4.5
McCormick
Each bite explodes with red, white, and blue flavors in the festive cake. OK, maybe it’s the popping candy. But there’s no denying this dessert is a blast.This recipe is courtesy of McCormick.
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4.2
Grilled Nectarines
This appetizer, traditionally devoured on the beach in Hawaii, is perfect with a cold beer while watching a game.
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4
This is the perfect pie crust recipe to try if you’ve never made a crust before. It’s so simple and really hard to mess up. Tender, flaky and delicious, it will help you make the best pies ever!
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4
These tasty pops are perfect for an afterschool snack!
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4
Tofu Poke Bowl
Recipe Courtesy of Andie Mitchell and House FoodsTraditional poke is made with raw, marinated fish and Asian spices and seasonings: Tofu, it turns out, is the perfect substitute. It’s light and velvety texture mimics the bite of fatty fish like salmon and tuna.When marinated with soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, and sesame oil you won't be able to tell the difference. Click here for six other amazing recipes utilizing tofu. 
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3.75
Evan Sung
Once you secure sushi- grade tuna, this meal in a bowl takes almost no effort to make. I upgrade the typical tekka don — sliced raw tuna, often briefly marinated in soy sauce— by merging it with the Hawaiian dish tuna poke (pronounced PO- kay), which I fell for while opening my restaurant in Waikiki. The cubes of luscious crimson fish dressed with a little salt, sugar, and spice taste great over wonderfully plain white rice or less traditional but no less delicious sushi rice.Recipe excerpted with permission from Mastering the Art of Japanese Home Cooking by Masaharu Morimoto. Click here to purchase your own copy.
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3.75
Hawaiian Poke Sliders
Recipe Courtesy of StarKist TunaPoke is a Hawaiian salad consisting of roughly chopped raw fish, and traditional Japanese flavors such as soy sauce, ginger, scallion, and sesame oil. These poke sliders are simple to make at home, and they don’t require expensive slabs of raw tuna.
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3.6