Latin-inspired Poke Bowl

Latin-inspired Poke Bowl

Take the trend of poke bowls one step further with this Latin inspired poke bowl. Featuring prawns, asparagus and mango this fresh and zingy dish will take you on a journey around the world.

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  • Serves4
  • Preparation Time45 mins
  • Cooking Time15 mins

Nutrition per serving

  • Energy495 Kcals


  • 300 g rice, black rice if possible
  • 400 g King prawns, peeled, uncooked, 4-5-cm long
  • 120 ml Kikkoman Poke Sauce
  • 200 g asparagus
  • 1/2 Mango, ripe but firm
  • 1 Red chilli
  • 2 Shallots or 1 small onion
  • 100 ml Sushi rice vinegar
  • 4 Radishes
  • 10 g Fresh mint leaves


Rinse the rice and cook according to the package instructions. Turn off the heat, drain and return to the pan and cover with a lid. After 5-10 minutes, fluff with a fork and keep warm.

Meanwhile, bring 1l of water to boil with 25gr salt in a medium pan. Take pan off heat and add the prawns, still off heat. Cover with a lid and leave covered for 5 minutes. Drain and leave to cool slightly, then toss with the Kikkoman poke sauce.

Snip off the tough ends of the asparagus. Chop into bite-sized pieces, leaving the tops longer, ~3-4 cm. Steam over high heat, covered, 2-3 minutes. Rinse under cold tap and season lightly with salt. If you don’t have a steamer, use a colander inside a pot with a well-fitting lid. Replenish the water in the pot regularly.

Peel the shallot and slice in very thin wedges. Bring sushi rice vinegar to boil in a small pan and pour over the sliced shallot. Leave to cool.

Peel mango and chop into small, bite-sized cubes. Chop the chili very finely and mix with the mango.

Slice the radishes very thinly. Chop the mint leaves roughly.

Divide rice among 4 bowls. Divide equal amounts of all other prepared ingredients among bowls, on top of rice, clockwise: chopped mint, radishes, marinated prawns with poke sauce, asparagus tops, marinated shallots and chopped asparagus stems. Place mango-chilli mix in the middle. Drizzle with more Kikkoman poke sauce if desired and serve directly.

Learn more about poke sauce with our poke bowl guide

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