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Our Favorite Dallas Food Instagram Posts from the Week

Because it's fun to see what other people are eating.
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Our Favorite Dallas Food Instagram Posts from the Week

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One of the best ways to scope out hot new restaurants and food trends in Dallas is by following area eaters, chefs, and food snobs on Instagram. We’re going to feature a handful of local ‘gramers each week on SideDish. Because it’s fun to see what other people are eating.

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Poke means “to slice or cut” in Hawaiian and refers to chunks of raw, marinated fish — usually tuna — which is then tossed over rice and topped with vegetables and umami-packed sauces. . . Combinations can be: . Rice: Most bowls start with a base layer of jasmine rice. Sweetfin uses bamboo rice, which has a green tint. . . Fish: Sushi-grade fish is the star ingredient, most commonly raw yellowfin (ahi) tuna. But you can choose between several fish, including salmon, tuna, shrimp. If raw fish isn’t your thing, look for options like tofu or cooked crab even marinated veggies. . . Seasonings: The cubes of fish are mixed with scallions, sesame seeds and flakes of pink sea salt, Bonito flakes, edamame, marinated cucumbers and much more to enhance the flavor.. . . Dressing: Salty sauces often made with soy sauce, shoyu, ponzu or even bonito paste highlight the fatty fish… . . Vegetables: Toppings like avocado, shaved onion, seaweed and crispy garlic add flavor and crunch. At Sweetfin, 90 percent of bowls have avocado, which adds a “nice creaminess, a sweetness,” And crispy onion and nuts is king. . . If You never Try before Poke Bowls, A amazing Start will be @malibupoke So what are you waiting for? …

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