Pork Rice Bowl

This post was sponsored by S&W Beans as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.

Between after school activities, homework and family fun, our weeknight dinnertime usually looks pretty chaotic in our home. Preparing balanced meals requires a plan and usually a lot of prep time but I’ve found some easy ways to make it possible during even the most busiest weeks. We have two daughters with very different eating preferences. Our oldest daughter is very picky and decides not to try a new food with just one glance. Then we have baby sister who, very much unlike her big sister, asks for a bite of everything. S&W Beans are great for them both – the looks great, tastes great approach is easy to accomplish when cooking with the many bean varieties. Last week for my birthday I received an Instant Pot and used it for the first time. Our garlic pork chops were delicious, but even better when I used them to prepare this pork rice bowl recipe. Both our daughters loved it and it took very little time to get a better for you meal on our dinner table.

Make an easy pork rice bowl with garlic pork chops and black beans for a well balanced meal your family will love.

Our oldest daughter attends a very academically challenging school and although just in second grade, has quite a bit of homework every night. She’s also on a competitive rock climbing team and is the SeaWorld guest kid blogger. With a very demanding schedule, it’s important she’s eating well balanced meals and we are teaching her how to make good eating choices. She’s quite picky but has always loved beans. If it was up to her she would eat a bowl of beans, and only beans, for dinner each night. She was excited to sit for a family meal when she saw more than half her bowl was full of beans.

Pork Rice Bowl

Ingredients:

  • Cooked garlic pork chops
  • 1 can S&W Black Beans with 50% less sodium
  • 1 C prepared white rice
  • 1 avocado
  • 1 lime
  • 1/2 C teriyaki sauce

Instant Pot garlic pork chops: 3 thick pork chops, 1 TBSP garlic salt, 1 C water cooked manually on high pressure for 20 minutes.

Make an easy pork rice bowl with garlic pork chops and black beans for a well balanced meal your family will love.

Heat beans in small pot on stovetop. Fill one third of bowl with white rice. Fill remaining bowl with black beans. Top with sliced pork chop, avocado and lime.

Make an easy pork rice bowl with garlic pork chops and black beans for a well balanced meal your family will love.

Pour teriyaki sauce over pork and serve warm.

Make an easy pork rice bowl with garlic pork chops and black beans for a well balanced meal your family will love.

Having two completely different daughters, one ate each ingredient individually and the other mixed everything together. Either way, this happy momma was smiling because my girls were eating a well balanced meal with out any complaints.

Make an easy pork rice bowl with garlic pork chops and black beans for a well balanced meal your family will love.

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Make an easy pork rice bowl with garlic pork chops and black beans for a well balanced meal your family will love.

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Make an easy pork rice bowl with garlic pork chops and black beans for a well balanced meal your family will love.

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Pork Rice Bowl
Make an easy meal your entire family will love featuring S&W black beans with 50% less sodium.
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Ingredients
  1. Cooked garlic pork chops
  2. 1 can S&W Black Beans with 50% less sodium
  3. 1 C prepared white rice
  4. 1 avocado
  5. 1 lime
  6. 1/2 C teriyaki sauce
Instructions
  1. Heat beans in small pot on stovetop.
  2. Fill one third of bowl with white rice.
  3. Fill remaining bowl with black beans.
  4. Top with sliced pork chop, avocado and lime.
  5. Pour teriyaki sauce over pork and serve warm.
Notes
  1. Instant Pot garlic pork chops: 3 thick pork chops, 1 TBSP garlic salt, 1 C water cooked manually on high pressure for 20 minutes.
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Comments

  1. 1

    robin masshole mommy says

    Rice bowls are such a great meal. I love the mix of flavors all in one place and you can get so creative with them.

    • 2

      says

      Agreed, you can do so many different variations with one recipe! My daughters are such different eaters sometimes we have toppings on the table for them to select and customize their bowls.

  2. 3

    says

    I really love rice bowls and will order them if out at a restaurant if they serve them. Why have I never thought about making my own? Love your recipe and just printed it out to try this weekend! Yum!

  3. 5

    says

    we LOVE rice bowls and easy recipes… I will definitely be adding this to next weeks menu! These make such great dinners for a weeknight after a long day and is still relatively healthy!

    • 6

      says

      It’s so challenging to find the time to prepare balanced meals on those busy weeknights. This one is definitely doable because it’s so quick!

  4. 9

    says

    I love how quick and easy this is! It would be so easy to toss in all kinds of items for flavor, like cilantro, peppers, and anything else. A fun and easy way to customize dinner for each person! Thank you for sharing.

    • 10

      says

      Cilantro and peppers added to this dish would be great! My picky eater is not very adventurous but I could easily add a few additions to the table so everyone could customize their own bowl.

  5. 11

    says

    I love how delicious this rice bowl looks. There are so many options for S&W beans, I’ll have to see if they offer them here in Canada.

  6. 15

    planningthemagic says

    This looks superbly good. Wow. I love eating in bowls so much, I feel like it makes the food taste better.

    • 16

      says

      My youngest daughter get pretty excited to see her meals in bowls too. My oldest, on the other hand, prefers everything to be separate and not mixed. She loved this bowl though.

  7. 17

    says

    I love how simple it is to make which is great for someone as busy as me. I would love to make a version using Quorn chicken I think it would taste amazing x

  8. 21

    cvnxena says

    I don’t think I have ever made a rice bowl but clearly I need too as these look delicious! Pork is my hubbys favorite too!

  9. 27

    says

    It’s so nice to see our kids excited for dinner especially since you cooked that food for them to enjoy. I think this is a lovely recipe. Beans are definitely full of lovely benefits, perfect for active kids!

    • 28

      says

      Getting my oldest daughter excited for any meal is a win in our home. She would rather do anything other than sit down for a full meal – the kid really dislikes most food but she loves beans!

  10. 29

    says

    That looks delicious! We are trying to get my daughter to be a more adventurous eater and this looks a great way to add more beans to our diet.

    • 30

      says

      We have really struggled with our daughter trying to eat new foods. She is now eight and we haven’t had much luck. Hopefully it’s something she’ll grow out of as she gets bigger.