Announcing that you’re going to have a get-together is a great way to bring family and friends together. When you spend time with those you care about your life becomes richer and fuller. You can create not just a great time of all, but also a lot of great memories.

That is why I decided to throw a Poké Party since it has become a new trend this past year, and I am already hooked on the idea. Basically, a “poké bowl” it’s a raw fish salad tossed with soy sauce, based dressing, occasionally some fried shallots, white sushi rice, and perhaps some seaweed because I love to take things to a whole new level, and I’ve been influenced by some of the craziest delicious combos happening all over the internet I thought about a Poké Bar! All the ingredients you could possibly imagine can be put into your own Poké Bowl. Tuna, salmon, avocado, a variety of veggies and even tropical fruits such as pineapple and mango. Besides, this a great way to gather a big crowd since you just have to put all the toppings together and everybody can help themselves. You would not have to worry about placing the dishes or even arranging hot plates.

Below, I’ve included a list of the various bases, potions, veggies, toppings and dressings you can use to create your own DIY poké bowl. Mix, match and have some fun with all the alternatives combinations you can create.

Base:
-Mixed Greens
-Seaweed Salad
-Sushi Rice
-Brown Rice
-Spiralizer veggie noodles
-Cauliflower Rice
-Quinoa

Protein:
-Raw or cooked tuna or salmon, diced
-Tofu
-Imitation crab meat

Veggies:
-Avocado
-Cucumber
-Radish, shredded
-Carrot, shredded

Toppings:
-Edamame
-Seaweed Salad
-Green Onion
-Black/White sesame seeds
-Neptune Salad (mixed of raw fish and imitation crab with a dense mayo-sweet sauce)
-Fried Onions

Dressings:
-Spicy Mayo
-Eel sauce
-Sriracha
-Soy Sauce
-Ponzu Sauce

The Preparation Method:
1. Let your guests get creative, set some bowls and toss all your favorite ingredients in them.
2. Add your favorite sauce and ENJOY!