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How to Cook Rice and Chipotle Bowls

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How to Cook Rice and Chipotle Bowls

Chipotle’s popular tortilla chips and salsas are made from corn, bean, wheat, and water so the “chipotle bowl” can technically be cooked in an oven or microwave safe ceramic. However, the “chipotle bowl” is also made of corn, bean, wheat, or dry rice so the texture and flavor are not as diverse as you might like. If you’re looking for a healthy alternative to burritos and salsas that taste just like the original, a chipotle bowl is definitely a satisfying choice. But the original is also made with organic ingredients and no unhealthy additives. These organic ingredients are what make up the “chipotle bowl.”

To prepare a chipotle bowl, start by preparing the vegetables. Leftovers can usually be chopped up fine enough for a sandwich or can be pureed into a mild chili sauce. To add variety, consider adding a fresh chopped chili pepper or jalapeno for an extra kick. Serve your leftovers on their own, or with a dollop of sour cream on the side. Use a bit of olive oil or butter to help reduce the amount of fat present in any leftover foods and top off with some chopped tomatoes or fresh basil if you’d like a fresh, herb-packed taste.

Most chipotle bowls come with a helpful condiment such as guacamole. Be sure to use organic guacamole if possible since microwaves tend to eliminate much of the nutrients in vegetables and meats. If using this condiment in place of milk, remember that you can reheat it in the microwave safely as long as it stays warm to the touch. Any leftover sauce can be reheated separately in a small microwave safe bowl. You can then add any other items that you’d like, such as chopped or ground beef, scallions, chicken, or any kind of fresh vegetables.

To prepare your chipotle bowl, be sure to fill both bowls to the same level or above. In general, I prefer to fill the smaller bowl half-way full, since the filling in these bowls is less fatty and spicy. When the chips are nearly done, I will then add the cheese and sour cream to the larger bowl and stir to combine.

Next, I will take my prepared chipotle bowl and reheat one side at a time in my microwave, until the desired heat is reached. Then, I will add my desired toppings to this bowl and reheat the other side until the cheese is melted. When the cheese has melted, I will then scrape down the bowl to remove the toppings and serve. Since the cheese in these types of bowl tends to melt a little bit, I usually place a tiny amount of additional sauce at the bottom of each one so that the bread doesn’t stick to it as it microwaves. These types of cheeseburgers are usually delicious, even when they’re reheated, so you should definitely consider making them at home if you have the time.

If you want to make another one of these brilliant dishes, simply follow the same steps as you did for the original except substitute your sour cream and tomatoes with cream and olive oil. Bring your chipotle bowl to room temperature, add your cooked rice (if using) and your chopped cilantro. Cover for about two minutes before flipping and continue to cook on the opposite side until the cheese is melted and the bread is golden brown. If you want a thicker consistency, you can add sour cream at about the same time as the olive oil.