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Tom's Copper River Sockeye Salmon Poke Recipe

Updated: Feb 29

By Captain Tom C.

F/V Ellie Dahl

Enjoy Tom's Copper River Sockeye Salmon Poke's delicious tastes. This delicious recipe includes fresh Copper River sockeye salmon cubes marinated in soy sauce, chile oil, sesame oil, and seasonings. This poke recipe with Furikake seasoning and artisan crackers or rice is a delicious combination of taste and texture. This simple dish will make your meal memorable.


 1 pound Copper River sockeye salmon fillet, skinned and cubed (1/4”)

1/3 cup good-quality soy sauce

1 tablespoon hot chili oil

1 1/2 tablespoons sesame oil

2 tablespoons Furikake seasoning

1 bunch of scallions, chopped

1 teaspoon garlic powder

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

1 teaspoon red pepper flakes




 1 In a bowl, combine the cubed Copper River sockeye salmon fillet with soy sauce, garlic powder, black pepper, red pepper flakes, and hot chili oil. Allow the fish to absorb the flavors for 15 minutes.

 2 Add sesame oil and chopped scallions to the bowl. Stir the mixture well and let it marinate in the refrigerator for at least 1 hour.

 3 Before serving, sprinkle Furikake seasoning over the poke and gently mix to incorporate the seasoning.

 4 Serve the Copper River sockeye salmon poke with artisan crackers as a "dip" or over rice in a bowl as a complete meal.


Enjoy your delicious Copper River Sockeye Salmon Poke!



Good to Know STORY


Poke, a dish with deep roots in Hawaiian cuisine, derives its name from the Hawaiian word "poke," which means to slice or cut crosswise into pieces.


At the heart of poke is an emphasis on fresh, raw fish, typically of sushi-grade quality, underscoring the significance of using top-notch, pristine ingredients.


What makes poke truly intriguing is its global adaptability; while it traditionally features ingredients like soy sauce and sesame oil, the dish has evolved to incorporate diverse culinary influences from around the world.


Noteworthy is Poke's flexibility, offering a canvas for personalization where individuals can choose their preferred fish, marinades, toppings, and accompaniments. Beyond its delicious taste, poke stands out as a nutritious option, rich in Omega-3 fatty acids from the fish and an array of nutrients from the accompanying vegetables and seasonings.


As a culinary creation, poke not only pays homage to its Hawaiian origins but also serves as a testament to the dynamic and ever-evolving nature of global gastronomy.



*Visit our store to learn more about the variety of fish Alaska has to offer, such as Copper River king salmon, wild Alaskan halibut, wild Alaskan black cod (sablefish), and more.


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