Rice Bowls Make Cooking Dinner Stupid Easy (And Delicious)

Rice Bowls Make Cooking Dinner Stupid Easy

There are days when dinner has to be easy -- like Monday through Friday, every week out of the year. There's nothing that we want to do less after a long day of work than start chopping vegetables far long before we get to even think about eating. And then, dishes.

As much as we love to cook, most weeknights need simple meals. That's why we love rice bowls.

Rice bowls are the answer when you only have a couple of ingredients in your fridge and can't handle the thought of going to the store. Or when you're so hungry and tired that you need to put food in your mouth in no less than ten minutes. (The key? A little advanced planning by pre-cooking your rice ahead of time.) Somehow, rice served in a bowl is the unifying factor of that half a cucumber, couple of carrots and leftover chicken wasting away in the fridge -- and it all comes together in minutes. Rice bowls are the answer to your dinner problem.

Spicy Sweet Potato And Green Rice Burrito Bowls
Cookie + Kate
Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl
Foodie Crush
Get the Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl recipe from Foodie Crush
Cauliflower Rice Burrito Bowl
Minimalist Baker
Get the Cauliflower Rice Burrito Bowl recipe from Minimalist Baker
Pineapple, Chorizo Rice Bowl With Avocado Cream
How Sweet It Is
20-Minute Thai Basil Beef Rice Bowl
Half Baked Harvest
Get the 20-Minute Thai Basil Beef Rice Bowl recipe from Half Baked Harvest
Roasted Tomatillo Chicken And Rice Bowl
Pinch of Yum
Roasted Harvest Veggie, Curried Avocado And Coconut Rice Bowls
Half Baked Harvest
Buffalo Chicken Bowl
Bev Cooks
Get the Buffalo Chicken Bowl recipe from Bev Cooks
Kimchi Rice With Fried Egg
Feasting at Home
Get the Kimchi Rice with Fried Egg recipe from Feasting at Home
Vegetarian Sushi Bowl
Naturally Ella
Get the Vegetarian Sushi Bowl recipe from Naturally Ella
Korean Beef Rice Bowl
Pinch of Yum
Get the Korean Beef Rice Bowl recipe from Pinch of Yum

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