No-Cook DIY Tuna Poke Bowls

I’m excited to share something we’ve been having fun with this summer … Tuna Poke Bowls! Pronounced poh-KAY (rhymes with okay), if you’re a sushi lover (like us) this will be right up your alley. No nori or special rolling skills needed, it’s almost like a deconstructed sushi bowl that takes all of 10 minutes to prepare.

DIY Tuna Poke Bowls on 100 Days of Real Food

Once all the ingredients are chopped and marinated, I just spread everything out in servings bowls and let the family assemble their own. I love DIY dinners like this one (as well as tacos, burrito bowls, etc.) because then everyone can make their own dinner however they’d like, with no complaints! And my family LOVES sushi so this is always a crowd-pleaser at my house … with no pots and pans to scrub at the end—score!

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No-Cook DIY Tuna Bowls

Tuna Poke Bowls are perfect for any sushi lover. It’s like a deconstructed sushi bowl that everyone can assemble themselves to their liking.


DIY Tuna Poke Bowls on 100 Days of Real Food


For the Tuna

  • 1 pound sashimi-grade tunacut into 1/2″ chunks
  • 1/4 cup soy saucecan sub Tamari for gluten-free alternative
  • 2 green onionswhite and green parts, sliced
  • 2 teaspoons toasted sesame oil
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons sesame seedswhite or black
  • 1/2 hot pepperseeded and minced

For the Cucumbers/Radishes

  • 1/2 cucumberhalved longways and thinly sliced
  • 4 radisheshalved and thinly sliced
  • 2 teaspoons rice vinegar
  • salt to taste

For the Bowls

  • 4 servings brown ricecooked
  • 1 mangopeeled, seeded, and diced
  • 1 avocadopeeled, seeded, and diced

For the Sauce (optional)


  1. Add the tuna to a medium mixing bowl and toss together with the soy sauce, green onions, sesame oil, sesame seeds, and hot pepper until well combined.

  2. In another small bowl, toss together the cucumbers, radishes, rice vinegar, and salt until well combined.

  3. Divide the rice evenly among four bowls. Top with tuna, cucumber/radish mixture, mango, and avocado in sections. Garnish with sauce (if desired) and serve.

Recipe Notes

  1. For extra flavor, you can follow step one and then marinate the tuna for before serving.
  2. Can be gluten-free if using GF soy sauce.
  3. Can be egg-free if you don’t add the sauce.
  4. We recommend organic ingredients when feasible.
Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts

No-Cook DIY Tuna Bowls

Amount Per Serving

Calories 519 Calories from Fat 243

% Daily Value*

Fat 27g42%

Saturated Fat 5g31%

Cholesterol 49mg16%

Sodium 700mg30%

Potassium 817mg23%

Carbohydrates 38g13%

Fiber 7g29%

Sugar 9g10%

Protein 32g64%

Vitamin A 3249IU65%

Vitamin C 36mg44%

Calcium 50mg5%

Iron 3mg17%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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