Spicy Seafood Poke Bowls

I tried to bring the spicy poke bowls commonly seen in restaurants to life at home! Of course, I could not add in all the authentic toppings they have, as they are hard to find, so I had to make due with what I had! You can add other ingredients if you want to make it more your own! The options for toppings are endless. If you want ideas for additional toppings, click here.

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spicy poke bowls

Tips for making spicy poke bowls at home:

  • I would recommend making the poke bowl rice first. While the rice is cooking, make the other three parts of the recipe in the order they are described in.
  • don’t add too much sauce- I have ruined poke bowls way too many times but adding too much poke sauce at once. This tends to drown out the flavor of the other ingredients.

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fried wonton strips

Favorite ingredient brands for this poke bowl recipe:

  • rice-long grain enriched rice of any brand works
  • soy sauce-Great Value
  • shrimp-Hy-vee brand
  • imitation crab-Sea Best
  • mayo-Kraft
  • egg roll wrappers-Wing Hing
  • poke sauce-any brand works

How to assemble seafood poke bowls:

  • cook rice-adding soy sauce at the end of the cook time will give a more Japanese flavor to the poke bowl rice.
  • make seafood salad-I used imitation crab and shrimp, but you can use real crab if you want.
  • cook veggies-I sautéed mine with vinegar until they were soft
  • fried wonton strips-you can season these any way you want, I chose cajun season though.
  • layer the food in bowls-rice on bottom, then seafood, then veggies, and finally, top it off with the fried wonton strips

How to store spicy crab salad:

  • I store my spicy crab in the fridge in a ziplock bag for about a week. I do the same for the rice in this recipe. For the fried wonton strips though, I keep them at room temperature in an air tight container.
spicy poke bowls

Spicy Poke Bowls

I tried to bring a spicy seafood poke bowl at home! Shrimp and crab salad for the proteins, with a few veggies, fried wonton strips, and poke sauce to top it off!
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Course Main Course
Cuisine Japanese
Servings 6 people


Poke Bowl Rice

  • Cook 2 cups of dry rice in 4 cups of boiling water for 20 minutes on low-medium heat stirring occasionally. Pour in a few drops of soy sauce.

Spicy Crab Salad with Shrimp

  • Mix about 30 shrimp, 8 oz of imitation crab that is tore into small strips, and 1/2 cup of mayo together in a bowl. To make the mixture spicy, add a few drops of hot sauce of your choice.

Poke Veggies

  • Cut up some radishes, carrots, and mushrooms or any other vegetable of your choice. Put in a medium skilled and sprinkle with vinegar. Cook until vegetables are soft.

Fried Wanton Strips

  • Cut egg roll wrappers into strips. Place on a sprayed baking sheet. Sprinkle with Cajun seasoning. Spray with cooking spray again. Bake at 400 degrees for 5 minutes or until brown and crispy.

To Assemble the Spicy Poke Bowl

  • Lay a layer of rice down and add in the shrimp/crab mixture, vegetables, and fried wanton strips. For poke bowl sauces, I used poke sauce, soy sauce, and hot sauce. It is really all up to personal preference though, so add in what you like!

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  1. 5 stars
    Mmmm, this looks fabulous for an easy and delicious weeknight dinner for summer. Can’t wait to try it

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