Tuna Edamame Rice Bowl

Tuna Edamame Rice Bowl

These marinated sesame tuna steaks are perfect in so many ways. Super quick and easy to make for your next midweek dinner. And I would even say, this tuna edamame bowl even looks good for your date night dinner. 🙂

The tuna is marinated in ginger, honey & soy and after coated in sesame. The outcome is a sweet, salty and nutty taste of soft melting tuna on every bite you take.

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Yes it looks fancy and sounds fancy but guys, I promise, clean kitchen and meal is ready to serve in 15-20 minutes after you have marinated the tuna.

I would not call it an Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl, as we grilled the tuna before we served it, but yes, guys, it is close to it. To be honest, I am not the biggest fan of these poke bowl places. I actually don’t even know why, but I guess everyone of you has seen these beloved Hawaiian favourite poke bowl in some restaurant. I actually have the feeling you cannot find any Asian restaurant anymore, which doesn’t serve up a modern twist on their menu. This poke bowls are usually also a part of it.

Preparing any kind of tuna steak, the most important ingredient is the fish. Buying raw fresh fish can be really a nerve wracking journey. But I always recommend to visit your local fishmonger since they have a much better knowledge of the freshness and source of fish.

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Make sure the flesh is firm and the colour is vibrant. Also, it should smell like the ocean and not have a strong fishy smell. And important, once you bring it home, use it really ASAP!

The tuna is marinated in ginger, honey & soy and after coated in sesame. The outcome is a sweet, salty and nutty taste of soft melting tuna on every bite you take.

Tuna Edamame Rice Bowl #tuna #pokebowl #rice #edamame #beastfeasteats #beastfeastwecelebratefood #healthy #bowl

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Tuna Edamame Rice Bowl

Healthy grilled Tuna Rice Bowl with Edamame Beans and Avocado. Sweet, salty and nutty taste of soft melting tuna on every bite you take.
5 from 3 votes
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Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Japanese, Mediterranean
Keyword: edamame, pokebowl, rice, tuna
Prep Time: 1 hour 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Servings: 4 people
Calories: 633kcal

Ingredients

  • 2 pcs Tuna Steak
  • 2-3 cm Fresh Ginger grated
  • 6 tbsp Soy Sauce
  • Fresh steamed Rice
  • Handful Edamame Beans
  • 1 pcs Avocado
  • Sesame Seeds white & black
  • Sesame Oil

Instructions

  • To make the marinade mix ginger, enough soy to cover at least half of tuna steaks and honey. Place tuna in and marinate in the fridge for at least 1 hour
  • As soon as the marinade soaked a little bit, take the tuna out of the fridge and let it get to room temperature (This is important, if you want to have the tuna raw in the middle, but still warm) 
  • In the meantime, boil the rice a per instructions on packaging (use sesame oil instead of olive oil)
  • On a bigger plate and spread sesame seeds and coat the tuna steak on all sides with the sesame seeds. Repeat it with all tuna steaks
  • Heat up sesame oil on grilling pan over medium high heat
  • Once it is warm enough, place tuna steak and grill it for 1.5-2min per side (depends on thickness). This way you will have it nicely golden on the outside but blushing in the middle
  • Once the tuna is done remove to a board to rest and after few minutes cut in slices
  • To create a bowl cut the avocado on slices, place first rice on the bottom of the bowl, on one side place avocado slices (sprinkle e sesame), on the other side place tuna and the rest cover with edamame (adding chili is optional) 
  • Enjoy your BeastFeast!

Nutrition

Calories: 633kcal
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