Super easy lunch bowl

Super easy lunch bowl

Yesterday, I had the most wonderful, healthy lunch and I just had to share it with you! So hereby, let’s dive into this super easy lunch bowl recipe!

The bowl needs per one person:

  • One portion of white rice
  • 1/2 avocado
  • A handful of shrimps
  • 10 cherry tomato’s
  • Garlic powder
  • Paprika powder

Put the ingredients together

This recipe can be made so easily in just a few minutes. You cook the rice in line with the instructions on the packaging. After it’s cooked, quickly rinse it with cold water to make it somewhat more fluffier.

Whilst that is cooking, prepare the shrimps. It differs per shrimp what you need to do, I only needed to remove the tails. I heated up some olive oil and cooked the shrimps on high heat. When they’re cooked about half way through, add the paprika and garlic powder and make sure all shrimps are equally seasoned.

You can also cut the avocado and tomatoes in advance. When the rice and shrimps are ready, you can add everything in the bowl and you’re ready to serve! Pro tip: If you like it a little more creamy, add a teaspoon of Hellmans’ mayonnaise.

Special dietary needs

Following a diet or allergic to ingredients? It’s super easy to switch these ingredients out for others. Are you doing the ketogenic diet or at least low carb? Switch the rice out for cauliflower rice! Are you doing a low fat diet? Switch the mayonnaise for soy sauce, the shrimps for chicken and the avocado for paprika or cucumber. Be aware that fatty ingredients add more calories, so take a little bit more rice when you leave out fatty ingredients to make it filling as well. For the vegetarian or vegan diet, you can also use soy sauce and vegan crispy chicken sticks or a whole avocado and some walnuts instead.

What are your favourite fillings for a lunch bowl? Let me know in the comments below! And, if you liked this post, please subscribe or follow me on Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter for regular updates!

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Hi there! My name is Lisa and I am the author of Mind and Body Intertwined. I have a bachelor's and a master's degree in psychology. During my study, I found out how much the mind and the body are connected and it fascinated me, which is why I started my blog. Would you like to join me on this little corner of the world?

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[…] inspiration from traditional dishes from those areas. For instance, the one day I’ll eat a healthy bowl inspired by my favourite sushi, the other day I’ll go for moussaka or fish and potato […]

3 years ago

This looks heavenly! I love lunch bowls as they are so filling and you can never really get sick of them! I use to get bowls all the time from my local healthy fast food shop. The last one I made was a poke inspired tofu bowl! I’ll plan to make one this week. Thanks for sharing x

Suresh Allu
Suresh Allu
3 years ago

Wow, this is super easy way to prepare a lunch bowl thanks for including vegan diet tips too. Idea of adding paprika powder is great, if you add green chilly it gives you more spicy taste.😍😍
Thanks for sharing awesome rice bowl

3 years ago

This lunch bowl looks amazing! Thanks for sharing this, what a great idea!

3 years ago

Hi, Lisa! I’ll be honest. I never would’ve guessed to put those particular ingredients together but it sounds delicious! I also love that this dish could easily be prepared ahead of time for quick lunches or dinners. Healthy + fast + yummy = a true winner in my book! 😀

Thanks also for sharing the different ways you can customize this recipe. That’s a big help for folks who have allergies to certain foods. Amazing post. Thank you for sharing! ❤

Amber Page
Amber Page
3 years ago

Oo wow I have to try this out it looks lovely!

Amber | The Unpredicted Page

Jenny in Neverland
3 years ago

I love all the ingredients in this recipe so I know I’d absolutely love this! Thanks for sharing 🙂 x

3 years ago

I never tried shrimps with avocado, but it sounds good. I will try it soon.

Fadima Mooneira
3 years ago

This is good and looks yummy too. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

3 years ago

Oh this looks amazing! I love any sort of rice bowl recipe and the fact that this one uses shrimp has me so excited!! 🙂