Salmon Poke Lettuce Cups are filled with fresh sashimi tossed in creamy poke served with crunchy cabbage, creamy avocado, pan-fried buttery corn finished with fresh cilantro and spicy aioli. Light and refreshing, a touch tangy, spicy, and sweet filled with fresh flavors that make for a lunch or light dinner assembled in minutes.
Each lettuce cup is filled with so many great flavors, once you take a bite it’s instantly fresh and light and easy to eat. The hardest part is prepping all the ingredients. Once all of those are done, all that’s left to do is form an assembly line and build each cup.
Ponzu is our go-to for homemade sushi, tataki, or raw fish or even used as a marinade. It’s bright, citrusy, and so versatile which makes it a great dipping sauce or used as a base for a thicker sauce. This Japanese sauce usually has lime or orange flavors to balance out the salty and spicy additions which make the sauce. It’s super easy to make and can be done with some pantry staples with the exception of lime and orange juice. To finish off our sauce we used regular light mayo because it’s what we had on hand. If you make your own mayo or can get a hold of kewpie mayo those would be even better!
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