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I always go the Lazy Acres and get their poke bowl with brown rice. Obsessed! It has converted my addiction to any sort of Asian-style bowl with brown rice. So far, I have done it with seared ahi and teriyaki-style salmon. It would also be delicious with shrimp! So good!

Seared Ahi Bowl

Seared Ahi Bowl

Teriyaki Salmon Bowl

Teriyaki Salmon Bowl


1/2 Cup Cooked Rice*
4 oz Seared Ahi** or Teriyaki Salmon***
1/4 Cup Seaweed Salad****
1/4 Cup Shredded Carrot*****
1/4 Cup Edamame (shelled)
1/4 Cup Sliced English or Persian Cucumber
1/2 Avocado Cubed
Furikake Season
1 Tbsp Spicy Mayo (garnish)*****
Low Sodium Soy Sauce (garnish)

Let’s Make it!

Begin with a bed of brown rice. I used the Trader Joe’s Brown Rice Medley. Top the rice with the other ingredients: seaweed salad, cucumber, carrot, edamame and finally the seared ahi or teriyaki salmon. Sprinkle with furikake seasoning. I like to also drizzle a bit of spicy mayo and soy sauce for added flavor.


* Rice– I Iike to use brown rice, jasmine rice or farro.
**Seared Ahi– I prepare the seared ahi the same way as in my seared ahi salad recipe. See link above.
*** Teriyaki Salmon– To make the teriyaki salmon- Marinate the salmon in your favorite teriyaki sauce overnight or for at least an hour. I use the Trader Joes “Soyaki“. Put it in the air fryer at 400 for 12-15 minutes.
**** Seaweed Salad– I buy seaweed salad in bulk at Costco and portion out 3/4 cup in baggies to freeze (enough for 3 bowls).
***** Shredded Carrots– You can shred your own carrots, but I always have the pre-shredded matchstick carrots in the fridge for salads. It is super convenient!
***** Spicy Mayo You can also buy spicy mayo bottled at the store, but I like to make my own and keep it in a squirt bottle in the fridge. I use it for Asian bowls and fish/shrimp tacos as well, or whatever you use spicy mayo for. I usually just throw the ingredients together and it depends on how spicy you like the sauce, but here is an estimate of the ingredients I use for the spicy mayo.

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