How to Put New Twists on Trendy Food: Poke, Matcha and More

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Technology hasn't advanced enough that you can reach into your phone and grab food from your Instagram feed, so it's time to take matters into your own hands.

Instead of just re-creating versions of trendy dishes and drinks at home, take it a step further with new twists like matcha-infused Green Tea Chiffon Cake (pictured above). Check out three more trendy food ideas below.

Photo by: Tara Donne

Tara Donne

If You Want a Poke Bowl, Make Ahi Poke

It takes only 10 minutes to mix together cubed raw tuna, ginger, scallions, soy sauce, sesame oil and lime. Make a Hawaiian version of chips and dips with fried wonton skins for dippin'.

If You Want Frosé, Try Wine Smoothies  

Kick off your boozy brunch with a pineapple-orange-mango wine smoothie that’s reminiscent of the slushy frosé.

Cooking Channel's Cauliflower with Sweet Potatoes

Cooking Channel's Cauliflower with Sweet Potatoes

Photo by: Adrian Mueller ©2012, Adrian Mueller /, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Adrian Mueller, 2012, Adrian Mueller /, Cooking Channel, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

If You Want Turmeric, Try Cauliflower with Sweet Potatoes

Too afraid to try a turmeric shot or a face mask? Ease into using the healthy root by adding it to Indian-spiced sweet potatoes and cauliflower. It complements the dish's other flavors: coriander, cumin, ginger, onion and tomatoes.

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