¼ c. scallions, sliced

1 Tsp. sesame oil

2Tbs. light mayonnaise

1 c. cooked sushi white rice or short grain brown rice

3 ounce sliced medium Hass avocado (1/2 )

1 Tsp. black sesame seeds

Sriracha for serving

½ lb sushi-grade tuna (1/2-inch cubes)

2 Tbs. gluten-free tamari or reduced-sodium soy sauce

½ Tsp. sriracha

2 Tsp. Sriracha sauce

1 c. pilled cucumbers

2 sliced scallions for garnish

Gluten-free tamari or reduced-sodium soy for serving.


1. Mix sriracha and the mayonnaise in a bowl, then this using some water for it to drizzle.

2. In a medium-sized bowl, mix tuna with sriracha, sesame oil, soy sauce, and scallions.

Slowly toss to mix and put aside while preparing the bowls.

3. In the 2 bowls, layer scallions, cucumber, avocado, ½ the tuna, and ½ the rice.

4. Drizzle with sesame seeds and spicy mayo and serve with additional soy sauce if need be on the side.


6g fiber, 3g sugars,864.5mg sodium, 33.5g carb, 32.5g protein, 14.5g fat, and 397 calories.

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