My favorite dish there is the Burrito Bowl, with brown rice, black beans, chicken, fresh tomato salsa, and guacamole. Ideally, I really love it with cheese and sour cream, as well, however I reserve those for special days. I love their burritos, as well, but I find the burrito bowl a less easier to eat, and a lot less messy.
Last night, for dinner, I decided that I wanted Chipotle for dinner, at home. We live in Seekonk, MA, and while that is pretty much a central location for just about everything, the closest Chipotles are in Providence (on Thayer St, where you can never get a decent parking spot), Cranston RI (in Garden City, which is an easy enough location, but 25 minutes away and the food will be cold by the time I get home), and Raynham MA (which is right down the street from work, but will once again be cold by the time I get home). Therefore, I decided to put together my own Chipotle at home!
The Layers of Camille's Chipotle Burrito Bowl:
- Brown Rice (just follow the package directions)
- Black Beans (open a can, dump it into a pan, and heat them up)
- Avocado (I smashed up a couple avocado with some lime juice)
- Tomatoes (I cut up a few plum tomatoes, and dressed them with salt and pepper)
- Chicken and Vegetables
- In a large frying pan, I sautéed 1 medium chopped onion, 1 red bell pepper, and 1 green bell pepper. I let the vegetables get really soft, but not over-browned.
- From the market, I cleaned a small All-Natural Rotisserie Chicken of all the white breast meat, and as much of the leg and wing meat as possible. I chopped the meat into cube that only a little bit bigger than the size of the onion and peppers.
- I added the meat to the onion/pepper mixture, then I added 1 cup of water, and 1 package of low sodium taco seasoning, and mixed until it all came together.
A scoop of rice, black beans, chicken and vegetables, tomatoes, and avocado!
Delicious, nutritious, and under 600 calories!
|Home-made "Burrito Bowl" from Chipotle - Brown Rice, Black Beans, Chicken with Onions & Peppers, Tomatoes, and Avocado|
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