Move over acai bowls, there's a new food craze in town. Hailing from Hawaii, Poké - pronounced ‘Poh-Kay’ is a colourful mix of raw cubes of fish (often tuna) with a soy-based dressing, served in a bowl with rice and garnishes.
If you’re bored with sushi and sick of ceviche but still crave the taste of raw fish, prepare to pile in for the latest pescatarian food craze: poké. Anything goes when it comes to ingredients, and in Poké you will learn how to create your own vibrant bowls of goodness. You simply select your base of choice (rice, salad, slaw), pick your poké (salmon, tuna, tofu), then pimp it up with a zingy or fruity dressing and/or pickle! Easy! The possibilities are endless, but the results are always flavourful. Traditionally made with raw fish, poké can even be adapted for vegetarians using delicious marinated mushrooms or beetroot, or silken tofu. You’ll also find recipes for different toppings, vinegars, dressings, pickles, grains, and even sweet poké varieties.
Celia Farrar and Guy Jackson are the team behind Eat Poke, London's first Poké eatery, trading with Kerb, Street Feast and Druid Street markets. Since their opening last year, Hawaiian food, Poké in particular, has become hugely popular. With Celia's background in fashion and Guy's in branding, design plays an important role in their dishes and is evident throughout their first book.