The forever popular Pokebowl, low in sugar!
Your weekly meal prep just got easier with the forever popular Pokebowl - a delicious and healthy option that can be customized to your liking. Learn how to prep this dish and make enough for the whole week.
A poke bowl is a Hawaiian dish served over rice and garnished with various toppings. Poke bowls have become popular in many parts of the world, and they are frequently found in sushi restaurants or poke bowl restaurants. It is an easy and fresh tasting dish that is easily added to your weekly meal prep can be eaten throughout the day. You can either enjoy a Pokebowl hot or cold.
When you are prepping your meals and planning to store them for a few days it's recommended not to use raw fish. Here is a recipe for a marinated chicken variant with a soy dressing.
Pickled vegetables: Pickled cucumbers, carrots, or daikon radish can add a tangy and refreshing element to your meal ( try our Pickled cucumbers recipe link)
Or a nice protein shake like this one made with mango, pineapple, lime and more (link to tropical paradise)
Cover tightly: Make sure the containers are tightly sealed to prevent air and moisture from getting in. You can use plastic wrap, foil, or reusable silicone lids to cover the containers. Or good sealable mealprep container like these (link for containers)
Brown rice | Chicken breasts | Soy sauce | Sesame oil | Rice vinegar | Sesame seeds | Cucumber | Edamame | Mango | Red peppers | Beansprouts | Carrots
Optional toppings: avocado, radish, or other fruits and vegetables of your choice. If adding any other ingredients it will result in different macros
Reheat gently: If you want to reheat the poke bowl, do so gently in a microwave or on the stove. A pokebowl can also be enjoyed cold.