5 Simple Rice Bowls You Can Try This Weekend

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There is no doubting the fact that rice is a common staple in many households around the world, not just in India.

Rice is a versatile food that can be utilised in a variety of intriguing ways for a meal, whether it is for brunch, lunch, or dinner. Not just fresh rice but even leftover rice is used in a wide variety of inventive meals. Consider dishes like fried rice, curd rice, lemon rice, and more.

Perhaps for this reason, comfort food fans often turn to rice. Rice can be adapted into delectable recipes by both professionals and novices. Consider how a basic khichdi may be a filling supper.

Are you a fan of rice as well? We’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite rice bowls if you’re searching for a tasty rice-based dish to treat your taste buds to this weekend. These are flavorful in addition to being quick and simple to prepare. Rice, herbs, spices, and a few easy steps can combine to create a delicious meal. Look at these.

Chicken Rice Bowl.

Most well-liked first. Are you slurping along with me when you picture tender chicken bits simmered in a flavorful sauce mixture and placed in a bowl with boiling rice? It takes no time at all to prepare at home with only a few components.

Bibimbap

The word “bibim” denotes “mixing” in a traditional Korean rice dish, whereas the word “bap” refers to cooked rice. Warm mixed white rice is served with kimchi, soy sauce, or doenjang on top as the main course. This cuisine originates from rural Korea, where locals mix leftover meals with rice to create it.

Mexico Rice

Try this Mexican chicken rice instead of your standard tacos or burritos. This rice bowl blends chicken and rice with mouthwatering spices and Mexican sauces for an easy one-pot supper. This quick and simple recipe will quickly become your go-to if you prefer your food with a little more zing.

Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl

Imagine combining garlic, ginger, soy sauce, vinegar, and other seasonings to create a sweet and sour, semi-dry chicken curry. Sounds good to you? Watch yourself licking the bowl of sticky rice and teriyaki chicken clean.

The chicken paella

Paella, a typical Spanish dish that is also regarded as their national food, is very reminiscent to the traditional Indian khichdi. While rice, saffron, chicken, and veggies are the staple elements in any paella recipe, you can experiment with other ingredients based on what you have on hand and what you want.

Try these rice bowls the next time you are planning a wonderful weekend meal and let us know how it goes.


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