Poke Nachos are out of this world! Inspired from a dish at Kawaihae Kandyz in Hawaii, they're super fresh and delicious. A little spicy, they're served on the perfect gluten-free crunch.
Make the marinade and prepare the fish. In a small mixing bowl, combine the sesame oil, Tamari, Sriracha sauce and scallion. Stir to blend. Cut the tuna into a small dice and add it to the bowl. Mix to be sure it’s well coated with all of the ingredients and set aside.
Make the rice chips. In a large heavy-bottomed saucepan, over medium-high heat, heat about 3-inches of the grapeseed oil to 340°F. (Amounts will depend on the size of the pan you choose.) Cut the rice papers into six triangles each with scissors, and line a baking sheet with a layer of paper towels. Once the oil is hot, drop the rice paper triangles into it, being sure there is space between them. They will turn bright white and puff up in literally 1 or 2 seconds. Use a slotted spoon to remove them and place them on the towel-lined baking sheet.
Assemble and serve. Once the chips have cooled, arrange them on a serving platter and then evenly distribute the poke on top. Drizzle gingerly with a bit of the Sriracha and mayonnaise. Serve immediately.
If you don’t have a thermometer, to check the temperature of the oil, you can test it with a tiny piece of the rice paper. If it instantly sizzles and puffs up, it’s ready.