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Scallop & Crab Poke Bowl

Joel Radley Functional Nutrition

Joel Radley

Joel radley nutrition scallop poke bowl
Joel radley nutrition scallop poke bowl

scallop poke bowl

Japanese and Hawaiian inspired scallop & crab poke bowl with apple, coriander and an egg yolk
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Cuisine Hawaiian, Japanese
Servings 1 1

Equipment

  • rice pot

Ingredients
  

  • 4 Raw Scallops
  • 2 Cooked Crab Meat
  • 1 Egg Yolk
  • 1/2 Raw Apple
  • 1 Handful Corriander
  • Tamari Soy Sauce
  • Wasabi
  • Lemon
  • Water for Rice

Instructions
 

  • Rinse Japanese style white rice in water and leave to soak for 30 minutes this cleans the rice and makes for a better flavour and bite
  • Fill rice pot with rice and add water, measure water by measuring the distance between the rice and the water level with your finger, it should be double your nail length roughly
  • Start cooking the rice on a high heat and when most of the water has reduced switch to the lowest heat and leave to simmer. Then after about 20 minutes leave in the side with the lid on to steam further
  • Wash Scallops and remove membrane around them and black line from roe which is its waste
  • Cut the white scallop into two from the side and cut the roe in half as well
  • Have pre-cooked crab meat ready
  • Peel the apple skin and use half of the fruit. Cut into thin slices.
  • Cut a handful of coriander.
  • Mix wasabi and Tamari soy sauce together
  • Now open rice pot and leave with lid off for 5 minutes, the rice must cool a bit before you place into eating bowl with the seafood on top.
  • Add sliced scallops, crab, apples & coriander on top
  • In the middle gently add the egg yolk by cracking open and egg and reducing the egg white by shifting the egg between the shells until your left with the yolk
  • Pour the Tamari wasabi on top and squeeze a little lemon juice then enjoy

Notes

This is a lovely dish that one can alternative the toppings with to tuna, salmon, other fish and shellfish even steak.
You do not need to go heavy on the rice, in fact a lot of traditional dishes in Japan are not as heavy on rice as in western Japanese dishes. 
You could sear the scallops if you do not want them raw. In my personal experience with high quality, market fresh scallops, I have never had a problem eating them raw. 
Traditional cultures to this day still eat various seafoods raw such as oysters. However if you have low stomach acid, gut dysbiosis, general poor digestion you may want to first build that strength up before eating raw seafood. 
*this is just how I like to enjoy them you must make a sensible decision for yourself. 
 
Keyword Primal Diet, raw food, Seafood Recipe, Sushi


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