Slight Spice Egg and Tuna Rice Bowl. Great recipe for Slight Spice Egg and Tuna Rice Bowl. I was feeling very lazy one day and needed something fast, so I threw this together. In the picture mine are sunny side up and slightly burnt (sorry), but after a second attempt it wasn't burnt and both ways were good.

Slight Spice Egg and Tuna Rice Bowl This Spicy Tuna Roll Bowl is loaded with protein-packed tuna, brown rice, and veggies all A poke bowl is typically made up of rice, raw salmon or tuna, and toppings like soy sauce and seaweed. Rice Vinegar – adds a slight tangy, fermented flavor. I don't recommend substituting another vinegar. You can cook Slight Spice Egg and Tuna Rice Bowl using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Slight Spice Egg and Tuna Rice Bowl

  1. You need 1 pack of or can of tuna (or any other single serving packaged protein like chicken or whatever. it can be flavored.. just use what’s around if you got it).
  2. It’s 2 of eggs.
  3. Prepare 1/2-1 cups of cooked rice (I used left over rice, you can also use instant rice. just whatever man like for real).
  4. You need 1 of pepper (jalapeño, Serrano.. A spicy pepper. Add to taste).
  5. You need of Green or spring onion (add to taste).
  6. Prepare of Sriracha sauce (add to taste).
  7. Prepare of Soy sauce (Optional but recommended).

Spicy Tuna Poke Bowls made with chunks of fresh tuna, avocado, cucumbers, spicy mayo, scallions cut on the bias served on a bed of steamed rice. In a medium bowl, combine tuna with scallions, soy sauce, sesame oil and sriracha. Gently toss to combine and set aside while you prepare the bowls. Spicy tuna donburi, or don, is a Japanese dish where spicy tuna is served atop a bowl of steamed rice.

Slight Spice Egg and Tuna Rice Bowl step by step

  1. Heat up that left over rice in a microwave safe bowl. Could throw it in for a minute or so. It just needs to not be cold. Pro tip: add some splashes of water so it’s not brittle if you’re reheating old rice.
  2. Cook your eggs. In the picture mine are sunny side up and slightly burnt (sorry), but after a second attempt it wasn’t burnt and both ways were good. Do em how you like though. Once done, add your proteins (eggs, chicken, tuna, tofu, whatever) to the bowl..
  3. Add your flavor veggies. (If you have some leftover cooked veggies, throw them in there too if you like!) I cut up my pepper and scallion with some scissors over the bowl. Less to clean after, right?.
  4. Sauce it. Mix it. Enjoy! For the sauce I had my 2 suggestions, but you can add whatever else too (ketchup, mayo, goguchang, etc).

This dish is quite popular at Japanese As for the rice, either white or brown rice may be used. Some restaurants and delis serve spicy tuna donburi with sushi rice, while others use plain steam rice. Spicy tuna bowls have been my go-to meal option lately. Preparation: Cook the rice and mix in the rice vinegar. Place rice in a deep, wide bowl.