Ahi poke is a staple in Hawaiian luaus. It’s usually served as a pupu (appetizer) or a side dish. Poke is pronounced as “poe-kay”, not as the action of poking someone. It’s very easy to make and does not need any cooking or baking needs.
Ingredients4 cups of diced ahi fish (yellowfish tuna) — You’ll want to get the sashimi grade, not the fillet type.2 tablespoons of sesame oil,1 cup of soy sauce or shoyu,1/4 cup of minced green onion,1/2 cup of minced onion,Hawaiian salt/pepper (optional).
Cut the ahi into cubes, smaller than an inch.
Chop and mince the white and green onions to get the amount needed of both.