This is something so simple I hesitate to even call it a recipe. And yet, I feel I should share because it is one of our go-to favorites. It changes every time depending on what we have but the basic idea is a take on Chipotle's burrito bowl. And the key is the cilantro-lime rice. I love that rice so much I could it eat by itself. Oh wait. I do.
So here's the recipe for fake-out Chipotle burrito bowls - this is something that we have refined and perfected over time but always changes just a bit.
1 can Rotel tomatoes (I use the cilantro-lime kind for this)
1 can black beans
1 can corn
guacamole (optional, we just happened to have some)
fresh cilantro, chopped
tajin seasoning (a mexican seasoning, optional but nice)
1) cook your white rice, stir in the lime juice and fold in the chopped cilantro
2) cook your chicken - we dice up boneless skinless chicken breast and toss it in the tajin seasoning and cook in olive oil on the stove in a skillet
3) warm the rotel, black beans, and corn in a small sauce pan
4) create your bowl by putting the cilantro lime rice on the bottom, then put in the chicken, then the black bean/corn/tomato mixture, and top with your choice of sour cream and guacamole
Sometimes we top with a sourcream/salsa mixture instead, which is also delicious.
So there you have it - one of my go to, easy "recipes".
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