I love eating rice bowls. Not only are they easy to make and require minimal cooking, but they're also so nutritious and delicious. I confess I haven't been cooking a lot this summer; my appetite has been a bit down and I've been too busy to deal with food prep, dishes and clean-up. Spicy tuna bowls have been my go-to meal option lately.
DIY Spicy Tuna Bowl
1/2 cup Spicy Tuna - full recipe behind this link.
1 cup cooked rice of your choice - sushi rice or brown rice is fine.
2 tbsp. rice vinegar
Toppings of your choice (see below)
Soy sauce (optional)
Cook the rice and mix in the rice vinegar. Place rice in a deep, wide bowl. Add the spicy tuna on top of the rice and then add your choice of toppings. Add soy sauce if you desire.
• Julienned raw carrots
• Julienned cucumber
• Fresh sprouts, such as daikon sprouts
• Pickled ginger
• Shiso leaves
• Umeboshi (pickled plum)
• Finely chopped nira
• Thinly sliced avocado
• Thin strips of nori seaweed sheets
• Roasted sesame seeds
• Tobiko, Masago, or ikura
• Japanese pickles
• Mushrooms such as enoki or shiitake
(Image: Kathryn Hill)