Shrimp Poke Bowl

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Fun fact: Did you know that the word “poke” means “to slice” in the Hawaiian language? ​True Hawaiian poke can be traced back to a simple dish of freshly caught fish massaged with seaweed, sea salt and sometimes crushed inamona (or kukui nuts). Perfect for summer, I love this colorful, AIP version of the dish!

Shrimp Poke Bowl
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Serves: 4 servings
  • Cauliflower rice, prepared and seasoned as desired (or microwavable cauliflower rice to save time)
  • Cucumbers, sliced
  • Mango, sliced into small chunks
  • Avocado, sliced/chopped
  • 1 lb shrimp, peeled, deveined, boiled and sliced as desired
  • Roasted garlic granules/powder (plain garlic powder works too)
  • Sea salt

  • Garnishes:
  • Purple cabbage, sliced
  • Green onion, sliced
  • AIP-friendly seaweed
  • Lime wedges

  • Dipping sauce:
  • Coconut aminos
  • A splash of lime juice
  • Honey as desired
  • You could also use my Teriyaki sauce here
  1. Assemble small-medium sized bowls with all main ingredients, beginning with the cauliflower rice as your base and season with roasted garlic seasoning and sea salt as desired.
  2. Next, add your shrimp, cucumbers, mango and avocado.
  3. Top with garnishes.
  4. Drizzle or dip with your sauce of choice and enjoy!


About Kris King

Kris is a wife and mommy to an amazing toddler boy. By day, she is a high school business teacher; by night, a creative who loves to cook! In 2016, she began chronicling her journey of switching to a paleo diet for fun on Instagram. However, a few years after that, she was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition called myasthenia gravis. Having recently had her first child, life wasn’t slowing down and neither was she. She gained a new sense of hope when she discover the AIP. That, coupled with her determination to bounce back with renewed strength, she officially made the switch to paleo lifestyle, developing recipes to include many that are AIP-friendly. Since then, she’s managed to decrease inflammation significantly, and has discovered the body’s miraculous ability to heal. Kris is the author of Meals You Deserve, an AIP ebook collection of flavorful and fun recipes. Find more on Kris here: Fashioned2Inspire, Facebook, Pinterest, and YouTube.

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  • Carol Ranzel-Wallace says

    I can’t wait to try this poke bowl recipe!

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