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Peanut Thai Rice Bowl

Michelle Alley

TOTAL TIME:35 min

This tasty Thai peanut rice bowl is so mouthwatering! Not only is it extremely healthy, with tons of veggies and whole grains, it also has an amazing peanut sauce with lots of lime. It is so refreshing, delicious, and super easy to make. I like to make extra sauce to have on hand to put on salads, quinoa bowls, or use as marinade.

PREP TIME:5 min
COOK TIME:30 min
TOTAL TIME:35 min
SERVES:4
Ingredients
    Thai Peanut Sauce

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          Nutrition per serving
          410 CALS
          15 G
          50 G
          17 G
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          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          410
          from fat
          150
          Total fat
          17g
          Saturated fat
          2g
          Cholesterol
          0mg
          Sodium
          150mg
          Carbohydrate
          50g
          dietary fiber
          9g
          sugar
          13g
          Protein
          15g
          Directions
          1. In a rice cooker or instant pot, cook rice and quinoa according to package directions. Pro pressure cooker tip: Rinse quinoa and rice, add 3 cups water, cook on high pressure for 4 minutes, let pressure naturally release for 10 minutes (instant pot will read L0:10), then manually release pressure.
          2. Heat a large skillet to medium heat. Add sesame oil, carrots, broccoli slaw, and Brussels sprouts.
          3. Cook uncovered for 3–5 minutes, stirring periodically.
          4. Mix up Thai Peanut Sauce.
          5. When veggies are almost done, add in snow peas, edamame, rice, quinoa, and sauce.
          Nutrition per serving
          410 CALS
          15 G
          50 G
          17 G
          SEE MORE
          AMOUNT PER SERVING% DAILY VALUE
          Calories
          410
          from fat
          150
          Total fat
          17g
          Saturated fat
          2g
          Cholesterol
          0mg
          Sodium
          150mg
          Carbohydrate
          50g
          dietary fiber
          9g
          sugar
          13g
          Protein
          15g

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