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A sandwich consisting of bacon (B), lettuce (L), and tomatoes (T), BLT is the common go-to for breakfast. It’s a delicious dish that requires little effort to make and typically consists of toasted pieces of bread slathered with mayonnaise and packed with fried bacon, fresh lettuce, and numerous tomato slices. In this BLT rice bowls recipe, we’ll be replacing the bread with rice and making this breakfast dish an all-in-one meal that’s perfect for every occasion.
The dish is perfect for those days when you want to eat more homecooked meals but you simply don’t have the time for full-blown main course cuisines.
These tasty BLT rice bowls consist of delicious bacon, scrambled eggs, rice, and veggies, all of which are ingredients easily found in your local grocery stores. The dish is rich and filling, with the spicy dressing adding a bit of kick. Not only is it great for breakfast, but it can also be a perfect pick-me-up meal for lunch or an ideal day-ender for dinner.
To add more fiber to the dish, replace white rice with brown rice.
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This dish can also be a picnic-friendly meal! You can cook the ingredients, place them in separate containers, and assemble them once ready to eat.
For more texture, you can add croutons and fried tofu as toppings.
Want a more elaborate dressing? Follow the recipe below and use it in place of the sour cream and hot sauce.
In a blender, combine the avocado, cilantro, lime juice, olive oil, cumin, chili powder, and salt. At high speed, combine all of the ingredients until smooth. Set aside until ready to use.
With how easy it is to make, it wouldn’t be surprising if BLT rice bowls become the new family favorite. The dish is also quite versatile, simply replace a few ingredients according to your preferences and you’ll have the ideal meal suited just for you.
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