Spicy Carrot Poke Bowls

May 28, 2020
Spicy Carrot Poke Bowls

I saw on @savoringtheflavoring's feed the other day that she was inspired by @iamtabithabrown to utilize carrot pulp from juicing instead of spicy tuna to make poke bowls! I have been juicing quite a bit lately, so I had to try this! I admit I wasn't certain I would like it because sometimes carrots are a bit sweet for me (and I love spicy tuna!) but I ADORED this! It is truly a simple recipe- it's really just assembling and mixing a few ingredients, but it's packed with flavor! So whether you're vegan, don't like fish, or simply want to try something new...this if for you! :) 

If you don't have a juicer, don't fret! You can make this with grated carrots as well, it just requires some extra elbow grease. :) For recipes, tips, and holistic nutrition information, follow along on Instagram @Mirabella Holistic Health!

Gluten-free (if using Tamari)
Soy-free if sub coconut aminos for Tamari)
This serves about 3-4 depending on how hungry you are! :)


1 cup organic white rice 

~1/2 fresh jalapeño, thinly sliced 

1 avocado, sliced thin

~2 cups of organic mixed greens

~1/2 cucumber, sliced thin

~3 green onions, sliced thin

2 cups of carrot pulp (leftover from juicing)*

1 Tbsp + 1 tsp organic Tamari (or coconut aminos)

2 tsp toasted sesame seed oil

2 tsp chili garlic sauce

1 tsp rice wine vinegar

1/2 tsp dried onion 

1/4 tsp garlic granules

sesame seeds


*If you don't have a juicer or you just don't want to bother, you can use a grater to shred the carrot!


-Prepare your rice, and set aside to cool completely. When it's room temperature, you can chill it In the fridge

-Mix together the carrot pulp, Tamari, sesame oil, chili garlic sauce, rice wine vinegar, dried onion, and garlic granules 

-Assemble your bowl by layering greens, rice, and carrot mixture. Then top with cucumber, avocado, jalapeños, and green onion. Sprinkle on sesame seeds and cilantro

-You may want to drizzle on a little extra tamari and/or garlic chili paste before serving