I know it’s been a nano second since I shared a bowl, but I’m back at it with this Chicken Satay Bowl. I figured the Beef Skewer Bowls from the other day were such a hit with the boys, that I put it on repeat with a few switch-outs, but pssst . . . it’s really more because these Asian bowls are so easy to make.
#LazyCook. I’m okay with that.
My little guys are our priority and lately they seem to be growing older at an accelerated pace. My oldest is starting to consider college, my middle one is registering for middle school and my youngest is a year away from kindergarten.
All this growing up is making me old and slow. Literally, or at least according to my boys I’m slow on the uptake, getting slower with each race and slowest on Mario Cart.
Kids are brutal. But one thing I’m not slowing down on is making sure that time is plentiful, so fast and easy meals like this are a must.
Recipe note: I adapted the Chicken Satay Recipe from Serious Eats and omitted these ingredients from the recipe: tumeric, coriander, and Sriracha. Then I riffed the chicken satay into a bowl to fill out what otherwise would be a plate of just chicken satay. Of course feel free to swap out or make any additions to the bowl to your liking. If you do, let the rest of us know what you did so we have options when this recipe goes on repeat.