Easy Fresh Tuna Sriracha Sashimi Bowl
I am a bowl girl! I love all bowls, whether its chicken, tuna or just veggies. They are so simple to make and easy way to get our daily servings of vegetable. This recipe is one of my favorites, I love Sashimi, and the ability to make it at home with the freshest ingredients, makes it even better! You can get creative with your own Bowl recipe and alternate the proteins or bases and add different veggies. The possibilities are endless.
Tuna is another great fish that taste delicious right out of the sea. When purchasing fish for sashimi, make sure you are purchasing sushi grade tuna.
“Sushi grade” simply refers to the fact that the fish has been flash frozen at a designated temperature for a certain amount of time. The extremely low temperatures of this type of freezing kills bacteria and parasites, making the fish safe for eating raw when defrosted properly.
Some of the many health benefits of tuna fish include its ability to reduce cardiovascular conditions, stimulate growth and development, lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, help in weight loss efforts, boost the immune system, increase energy, maintain the health of the skin, increase red blood cell count, prevent cancer, protect against various kidney diseases, reduce general inflammation, and inhibit cell membrane damage.
Here is the recipe to our m favorite Fresh Tuna Siriracha Sashimi Bowl
– 6 ounces of sushi grade tuna
– 1 Cup brussel sprouts
– one clementine orange
– two hard boiled eggs
– half a sweet potato
– 1 roma tomato sliced
– One green onion diced
– 1 tablespoon Black sesame seeds
– 2 tablespoons sesame oil
– 1 whole wheat naan bread
– Weber garlic Sriracha seasoning
– Cube your tuna fish, drizzle some sesame oil, garlic Sriracha seasoning and sesame seeds set aside in the refrigerator as you prepare the rest.
– Microwave your brussel sprouts for 6 minutes
– Boil your sweet potatoes for 8 minutes. Sprinkle some garlic sriracha Then saute with 1 tablespoon of sesame oil for 3 minutes on each side period Then cut into quarters
– Assemble your bowl as you see it in the picture.