Pineapple Rice Bowl

Ingredients:

Pineapple

Tofu (Tofurkey)

1 cup Brown Rice or 1/2 cup riced cauliflower

Choice of veggies:

1/4 cup onions

1/2 can water chestnuts

Mushrooms

Peas

Snap Peas

Roasted broccoli

Diced carrots

Bell Peppers

Sauces:

Soy Sauce or coconut aminos (gluten free)

Teriyaki marinade (gluten free)

Honey, agave or maple syrup

Kait Manson

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Directions:

Slice the pineapple in half and hollow out the center of the pineapple to form your bowl. Save the pineapple to add back into the recipe at the end.

 

Chop the tofu into bite sized pieces. Pan fry with a little bit of olive oil and set aside to add back into the recipe.

 

*If you are adding vegetables: Heat 2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil in a pan over medium - high heat. Add 1/4 cup onion, celery, mushrooms, broccoli and cauliflower - any vegetable that you want to steam and soften. 

Add the sauce to your vegetables, tofu or cauliflower rice. Measure out a tablespoon of teriyaki marinade, a dash of gluten free soy sauce and a hint a honey, agave or maple syrup. 

 

In a separate pot, cook 1/2 cup brown rice in 1 cup of water or 1/2 cup of cauliflower rice in 2 inches of water.

For brown rice, cook until water is absorbed or rice is tender, about 15- 20 minutes.

For cauliflower rice, cook until cauliflower is tender. Slowly add water as needed to steam the cauliflower. 

Add in any remaining raw veggies. 

Towards the end of cooking add in the tofu and pineapple and let the rice finish cooking.

Gluten Free Soy Sauce

Most standard soy sauces contain gluten, while most tamari soy sauces are gluten-free.

The most reliable way to identify gluten-free soy sauces is by checking for a gluten-free claim on the label. Many are available at your local grocery store in the ethnic section. 

Additionally, coconut aminos are a popular, naturally gluten-free alternative to soy sauce that can provide a punch of savory flavor. 

Coconut aminos are similar in color and consistency to light soy sauce, making it an easy substitute in recipes.

It’s soy-, wheat- and gluten-free, making it a healthier alternative to soy sauce for those with certain allergies or food sensitivities.

Try the gluten free, vegan, organic and non-gmo Coconut Aminos by Coconut Secret

Coconut aminos can be hard to find, but not impossible. Check your local Target or buy online from Thrive Market or Amazon

Coconut Secret also makes a teriyaki marinade that is also gluten free, organic, vegan and non-gmo! 

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kait manson

I love rice bowls: sushi bowls, teriyaki bowls and now pineapple bowls. Try brown rice or cauliflower rice as your base, add your veggies, pick your sauce and eat! 

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