I’m constantly trying out new recipes that are easy to do and get dinner on the table in under 30 minutes. It’s an added bonus if I can make a lot of it at once and eat it one or two more times throughout the week. Enter: Honey Teriyaki Chicken Bowls.
Like the 30-minute stir fry from last week, the ingredients that actually make up the bowl can be switched up from week-to-week. Don’t have broccoli but you’ve got a ton of bok choy sitting in the fridge? Chop it up and get it in there! Trying to eat less meat? Replace the chicken with tofu and you’ve got a yummy vegetarian meal! (Make it vegan with agave in place of the honey for the sauce.) Replace your rice with cauliflower rice and you’ve got a paleo meal!
There are so many easy substitutions you can do to make this recipe suit your diet.
The star of this meal is really the sauce. I l-o-v-e a good sticky-sweet sauce and this is IT. I may actually make a large batch of the sauce to cut out a step in future meals. It should last a while in an airtight jar but I’ll report back!
I used Mike’s Hot Honey — I would’ve preferred to use regular honey but I don’t have any in my pantry at the moment.