Made with a base of Carolina® Whole Grain Brown Rice and topped with the umami flavors of bacon, eggs and kimchi with avocado, this breakfast bowl will make you excited to start your day!
Cook rice according to package directions.
Top each serving of rice with bacon, fried egg, avocado slices and kimchi. Garnish with green onions and drizzle with sriracha.
• Add halved cherry tomatoes or sautéed spinach to bowl if desired.
• Substitute spicy gochujang paste for sriracha hot sauce if desired.
• Serve with soy sauce for drizzling over rice.
Not only is breakfast the most important meal of the day, but with this tasty, whole grain and umami flavored rice bowl, it’s now the best meal of the day!
This breakfast rice bowl is perfect for keeping you energized throughout the day made with all the whole grain goodness of brown rice with crispy bacon, eggs cooked to your liking, avocado slices and kimchi garnished with fresh green onions and spicy sriracha. If you prefer white rice, learn how to cook white rice on our product page and guide.
However, make this bowl your own and customize it however you like. Cook your eggs scrambled, sunny side up or hard-boiled if you like and use bacon, turkey bacon or even a vegetarian alternative. Toss in cherry tomatoes or spinach for a bit more nutrients and simply omit the sriracha if you’re not a fan of spicy. The best part? You can eat this rice bowl anytime whether it be a hearty breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Part of the delicious taste in this rice bowl comes from the addition of kimchi, which can easily be found at most grocery stores or international food stores. The combination of fermented vegetables in a variety of seasonings is a staple in Korean cuisine with a tangy, salty and slightly spicy flavor. It can be used in many dishes like this Korean-inspired Bibimbap Rice Bowl or fusion dishes like a Bacon and Kimchi Paella with Chicken.
If you want to add a bit more Korean flavors, swap out the sriracha for gochujang paste which is a savory, sweet, and spicy fermented red pepper sauce condiment most commonly used in Korean bulgogi and other meat dishes.
Sweet and Savory Tip: Finish a tangy meal with a creamy homemade rice pudding!
For something with more of a Latin American flavor, learn how to make this arroz chaufa recipe.