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Reindeer Poke Bowl
Reindeer Poke Bowl
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Poke bowls are very popular nowadays, and you probably already tried many different ones during the years. This exquisite Asian inspired reindeer bowl will widen your poke experience. As reindeer meat can be tricky to find, and reindeer farms might not be just around the corner from your home. You can change it with thinly sliced venison or otherwise veal or beef.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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500 gr Reindeer meat in thin slices
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2 tablespoons Japanese soy sauce
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3 Garlic cloves
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3 tablespoons Sesame seed oil
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2 tablespoons Sesame seeds
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1 teaspoon Brown sugar
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150 gr Carrots
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200 gr Kale
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150 gr Sprouts
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100 gr White mushrooms
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1 tablespoon Olive oil
Instructions:
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Preheat a frying pan on low heat and slowly fry the meat until the surface is slightly lighter in color.
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Pour the soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar and the sesame seeds.
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Press the garlic clove in a garlic press and mix with the soy sauce.
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Pour away the water from the meat and mix in the sauce. Let rest 20 minutes.
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In the frying pan heat up the olive oil and fry the kale for 2 minutes while stirring.
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Peel and grate the carrots.
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Wash and cut the mushrooms in thin slices.
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In a bowl place the vegetable in groups and the meat on top in the middle.
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