Broccoli and Edamame Sushi Bowls

broccoli florets, edamame, jasmine rice, sweet + sour sauce

1713 Recipe

Serves: 2 Servings | Time to Table: 20 Minutes | Calories: 483 | Category: Gluten-Free, Low-Calorie, Pescatarian, Vegetarian | Allergens: Contains Soy (Tamari + Edamame) | Excellent Source of: Fiber, Iron, Potassium, Protein, Vitamin A, Vitamin C | Good Source of: Calcium


  • - Large Nonstick Skillet with Lid
  • - Liquid Measuring Cup
  • - Measuring Spoons
  • - Medium Saucepan with Lid
  • - Small Bowl

What You Need:

  • - Kosher Salt or Flake Sea Salt
  • - Olive Oil

What We Send:

  • - Broccoli Florets
  • - Crushed Red Pepper
  • - Edamame
  • - Honey
  • - Jasmine Rice
  • - Minced Garlic
  • - Minced Ginger
  • - Red Wine Vinegar
  • - Tamari Sauce

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What To Do:

Broccoli and Edamame Sushi Bowls - Step 1

1. Cook Rice: In a medium saucepan over high heat, bring 1¼ cups water and ¼ teaspoon salt to a boil. Stir in rice and return to a boil. Reduce heat to low, cover and simmer 15 minutes. Turn off heat and let stand, covered, for 5 minutes.

Broccoli and Edamame Sushi Bowls - Step 2

2. Make Sauce: Stir together honey, tamari, vinegar and ONLY ¼ teaspoon crushed red pepper in a small bowl.

Broccoli and Edamame Sushi Bowls - Step 3

3. Sauté Vegetables: Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add garlic and ginger and sauté 1 minute. Add broccoli and ¼ cup water. Cover and cook 2 minutes.

Broccoli and Edamame Sushi Bowls - Step 4

4. Finish Dish: Uncover and add edamame. Sauté 2 more minutes or until vegetables are tender.

To Serve: Divide rice evenly between 2 serving bowls. Top with broccoli mixture.

Pro Tip:

To ensure even cooking, cut any large broccoli florets into bite-size pieces.
Spice it Up!: Increase the amount of crushed red pepper or serve with wasabi paste for more of a kick. Sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds, seaweed flakes or pickled ginger for authentic sushi flavor.

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