A Pair Of Spicy Pokes

Sam Choy
By Sam Choy
Wednesday - August 17, 2011
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This week it’s all about poke Sam Choy-style, of course! Adjust amounts of ingredients to your taste.

This show aired originally in October 2009.

SPICY ISLAND STYLE POKE SALAD


For Sauce/Dressing:

* olive oil
* ginger, chopped
* garlic, minced
* brown sugar
* shoyu
* teriyaki sauce
* hot peppers

In a pan, add olive oil, chopped ginger, garlic, brown sugar, a little Aloha shoyu, and Aloha teriyaki sauce.

Simmer on low heat until flavors are blended. Add chili peppers for heat.

Set aside and cool.

For Poke:

* mahimahi, cubed
* salt and pepper
* olive oil
* red bell peppers, chopped
* green onions, chopped
* rainbow onions, mixture of chopped red, white and Spanish onions
* red chili sauce
* sesame seed oil
* lime juice


In a bowl, cubed mahimahi, salt and pepper and toss. Add olive oil and mix.

Add sweet red peppers, green onions, red, white and Spanish onions, chili sauce and sesame seed oil; toss. Add lime juice and toss.

Add cooled sauce/dressing and toss.

Add mixed greens on top or on the side to make into a poke salad.

Drizzle leftover sauce/dressing on mixed greens.

Optional: Add crispy won ton strips or chips on top.

COSTA RICAN POKE

* ahi, cut into cubes

For Sauce:

* shoyu
* sesame seed oil
* Sriracha chili sauce
* Sambal chili paste
* cayenne chili pepper powder
* sweet onions, chopped
* green onions, chopped
* ogo (seaweed)
* mayonnaise
* iceberg lettuce

Mix the above ingredients, then add the mayonnaise and serve with finely chopped lettuce topped with crispy fried wonton chips.

(Watch “Sam Choy’s Kitchen” Saturdays at 6:30 p.m. on KHNL News 8.)

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