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Keto Poke Bowls [Very Easy, Healthy, & Delicious]

Keto Poke Bowls [Very Easy, Healthy, & Delicious]

Keto Poke Bowls 

[Very Easy, Healthy, & Delicious]

In Hawaiian, jab signifies "to cut," which is the "hardest" part of assembling a delectable jab bowl. Everything about this keto-accommodating jab formula is simple: from the fixings to the prep to the tidy up. 

This makes it the ideal dish when you need something speedy, tasty, sound, and keto-accommodating. When you get the hang of making it yourself, you will presently don't need to consider the number of carbs and calories are stowing away in your takeout jab bowl. 

Jab is one of the principle dishes of Native Hawaiian cooking, which normally comprises of cubed crude fish immediately marinated in soy sauce and different flavors. It was generally made with skipjack fish or octopus, yet salmon and ahi fish have turned into the more normal component fish. 

As the dish developed, different fixings went with the fish and flavors like vegetables, kelp, fish roe, spices, nuts, and rice. 


  • 8 ounce new salmon, skinless 
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil 
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce, or tamari 
  • salt, to taste 
  • 6 ounce cabbage, daintily cut 
  • 4 ounce cucumber, cut 
  • 1/2 medium avocado, diced 
  • 1/4 cup cilantro 
  • 2 tablespoon mayonnaise 
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce 
  • 2 drops fluid stevia 

Nourishment Summary: This makes a sum of 2 Keto Poke Bowls. Each serving comes out to be 501 calories, 40.1g fats, 6.3g net carbs, and 26.9g protein.

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