With a large family, home schooling, and home business, I am always looking for fast food. I want to make this bowl of cocaine as a great meal for busy nights. I prepare it in a pan and add the ice peas to a pretty healthy dish already for a great deal of nutrition. If you cook a lot of Asian food, chances are your pantry already has a lot of ingredients. This recipe is quickly becoming a favorite in my home!
What is an avocado bowl?
An avocado bowl is an easy dish for chicken, eggs, broth and cooking. Oya Koden, quite amusingly, literally translates the “parents and children” bowl of rice. The parent is a hen and the baby is an egg. I like that this dish is nutritious but it only takes 30 minutes.
How to make a simple (and healthy) avocado bowl
Traditionally, avocado is made from a dashi broth (made from kelp and fish flakes), but I chose chicken broth because it’s easier to find. I’m almost always at hand. I also chose to use maple syrup instead of refined sugar. Here’s how I added it:
- Mix chicken broth, coconut amino and maple syrup and heat.
- Cook the onions and mushrooms in the broth mixture and then add the chicken.
- When the chicken is cooked, add beaten egg and ice peas and cook till cooked.
- Spoon the mixture over the rice and serve.
It’s really a simple, easy and fast food! I also want to make extra to serve for lunch throughout the week.
If you love the sweet and savory flavors of Japanese food or the spicy flavors of Thai food, you’ll love this simple Asian dish:
- Asian Lettuce Wrap – When I look for something simple but fill up with lunch, I often choose these P.F. Chang copy cat lettuce wrap.
- Mandarin Chicken – Bread for almond flour and only fresh oranges and honey for sweetness. Use It’s much better (often better) than taking it!
- Inquired Thai Crab Recipe – I love crabs and I’m always looking for new ways to serve them. This recipe is simple and will impress the crowd.
- Asian Colorful Salad – When I’m looking for something light and full of veggies, I love this simple salad collection.
- Thai Chicken Curry – My family is becoming a big fan of curry dishes and I am a big fan of how easy it is. This recipe is a simple and inexpensive version of a restaurant favorite.
- Chinese Chicken Stir – Stir fry is one of my favorite foods for busy Saturday nights as they use only one pan. It’s easy and quick to pack and it’s full of healthy and nutritious ingredients.
I am also known to go with one of these foods like Split Squash Asian Noodles or Shertaki Noodles.
Version of Quick Oya Coden Bowl
A quick and easy Japanese dish served with chicken, eggs, onions, and mushrooms on rice.
- 2 Cup Chicken broth
- ½ Cup Coconut aminos (Or wheat-free Tamari)
- 2 TBSP Maple syrup
- 1 Onion (Slightly chopped)
- 1 Cup shiitake mushrooms (Slightly chopped)
- 4 Chicken breast (Cut into strips)
- 4 Green onion (Cut into 1 inch pieces)
- 6 Eggs (Beaten)
- 12 Ice peas (Slightly chopped)
- 4 Cup Found white rice
In a saucepan, mix the chicken broth, coconut aminos and maple syrup.
Bring to a boil and then reduce heat to low.
Put a cup of this mixture in the cucumber and add the chopped onion and mushrooms and cook for 3 minutes.
Add the remaining sauce, chicken, and green onions to the skeleton and cook for another 7 minutes or until the chicken is pink.
Without stirring, add the beaten egg to the skeleton mixture and reduce the heat to medium.
Sprinkle ice peas on top and cook until eggs are cooked through.
Divide the rice evenly between the bowls and add a tablespoon of the chicken and egg mixture.
Ice peas are not traditionally part of this dish, but I like it. Make him feel free to choose.
Calories: 669kcal | Carbohydrates: 67Yes | Protein: 65Yes | Fat: 14Yes | Saturated fat: 4Yes | Cholesterol: 390But | Sodium: 1080But | Potassium: 1352But | Fiber: 3Yes | Sugar: 9Yes | Vitamin A: 576IU | Vitamin C: 9But | Calcium: 95But | Iron: 3But
Have you ever tried the Avicoden cup? How do you make it