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40+ Different Rice Bowls In Edmonton

Rice bowls are some of the most exhilarating, versatile, and tasty meals a person can craft. Whether you’re a carnivore, vegan, vegetarian, omnivore, or have any special diet request, a rice bowl is available for you. Plus, a rice bowl is straightforward to make in the comfort of your home.

 

Unlike many other dishes, a rice bowl is easy to order from a restaurant without too much of a hassle. It allows you the freedom to worry about whatever else is going on in your life while out to eat. Nevertheless, below will examine some rice bowl tips and over 40 different bowl options for you to consider. Let’s take a look!

 

Rice Bowl Tips

Rice bowls are great for meal prepping. You can easily make an entire week’s worth of bowls and save any leftovers. A bowl would work as a great leftover, even if you bought it from a restaurant. Just make sure you store the sauce separately until you’re ready to munch down.

 

You can also save bits of the rice bowl for future meals. Have some extra rice leftover from the bowl? Consider throwing it into a stir fry the next day or make some fried rice. These bowls also compliment other meals such as salads, roasted veggies, burritos, and more.

 

Lastly, don’t worry too much about having all of the ingredients on hand. As long as you have the key ingredients, you can substitute any grain, veggie, protein, or sauce to fit what you have. Feel free to use coconut rice, veggies, eggs, jumbo shrimp, and much more.

 

Here are a few great sauces to have for your rice bowl:

  • Tonkatsu Sauce
  • Soy Sauce
  • Ginger Carrot Dressing
  • Ponzu Sauce
  • General Tso Sauce
  • Hoisin Sauce
  • Ssamjang
  • Gochujang
  • Japanese Kewpie Style Mayo
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40+ Different Rice Bowls

Below are all of the rice bowls you can order from Rice Bowl Deluxe. Feel free to look through and see which option suits you the best and for inspiration the next time you make a rice bowl. All of these rice bowls are packed with flavour and have a taste sensation for everyone!

 

Szechuan Beef Bowl

Crispy Szechuan beef served with stir-fried onions and bell peppers on a bed of rice.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Sichuan Province in Southwestern China

Fun fact – It has a naturally sweet and spicy flavour

 

Lemongrass Pork Chop Bowl

Lemongrass pork chop bowl includes rice, pork spring roll, pan-fried egg, fresh veggies, and fish sauce on the side.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Vietnam

Fun fact – Vietnamese people use all parts of the pig to cook meals

 

Japanese NY Steak Bowl

Triple AAA, New York steak, grilled and sliced, served with stir-fried vegetables and a house-made sesame sauce with your choice of rice.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Heian period of Japanese History (794 until 1185 AD)

Fun fact – Hibachi dates back to the term “teppanyaki,” which loosely equates to “grilling over an iron plate.”

 

Asian Lemon Chicken Bowl

Breaded chicken bites served with a house-made sweet and sour lemon sauce with your choice of rice.

Best Pairing – Asparagus, Broccoli, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, 

Origin – Italy

Fun fact – Lemon chicken’s popularity went across the globe after its origin in Italy.

 

Butter Chicken Bowl

Tender chicken pieces with house-made spicy butter chicken sauce and flame-grilled naan bread served with your choice of rice.

Best Pairing – White Rice, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll

Origin – India

Fun fact – Butter chicken originated in Delhi during the 1950s

 

Korean Gangnam Chicken Bowl

The bowl features crispy breaded chicken with house-made sweet and spicy Korean sauce. Topped with sesame seeds and served with rice.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Korea

Fun fact – It took off in the late 1960s when Myeongdong Yeongyang Centre in Seoul began selling chicken over an electric oven.

 

Chicken Fried Rice Bowl

The dish has tender diced chicken made with fresh veggies and eggs. All mixed in with buttery fried rice. An iconic dish and a local favourite.

Best Pairing – Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Broccoli

Origin – China

Fun fact – Fried rice has been around since the Sui Dynasty in China

 

Thai Green Curry Bowl

The Thai green curry bowl is a mixture of broccoli, zucchini, and mushrooms with chicken, beef, shrimp, or tofu. Covered with authentic in-house-made Thai green curry and finished with fresh basil.

Best Pairing – Hummus, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, White Rice

Origin – Thailand

Fun fact – Green curry is more savoury than milder red curries

 

Teriyaki Beef Bowl

AAA Alberta beef stir-fried with veggies in a house-made teriyaki sauce served with veggies and your choice of rice or noodles.

Best Pairing – Broccoli, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Japan

Fun fact – Japanese chefs created Teriyaki in the 17th century.

 

Teriyaki Chicken Bowl

Pan-seared chicken thigh served on stir-fried veggies with a house-made teriyaki sauce with rice or noodles.

Best Pairing – Fried Rice, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Japan

Fun fact – Teriyaki comes from two words, teri which means “shine,” and yaki means “grill.”

 

Kid’s Teriyaki Bowl (Kid Size)

The kid’s bowl features a choice of beef, chicken, or Speedo chicken. Stir-fried with veggies in a house-made teriyaki sauce served with jasmine rice.

Best Pairing – Shrimp, Spring Roll, Rice

Origin – Japan

Fun fact – A hundred grams of teriyaki sauce is equivalent to 89 calories

 

Korean BBQ Beef Rib Bowl

Savoury Korean beef, marinated for over 8 hours and grilled on an open flame, sliced and served on stir-fried veggies and rice.

Best Pairing – Hot Sauce, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Korea

Fun fact – Traditional Korean BBQ has everyone gather around a grill in the middle of the table to eat.

 

Japanese Panko Salmon Bowl

Crispy battered and panko-coated BC salmon served with stir-fried vegetables and a house-made sesame sauce with rice.

Best Pairing – Green Veggie, Rice, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Japan

Fun fact – Panko is Japanese dried bread crumbs that are very light

 

Macau Beef Curry Stew Bowl

This bowl has hearty yellow curry and potato stew from the south China coast. Your choice of our iconic beef brisket stewed for over 6 hours, served with rice.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Anglophone community in Hong Kong and Goa

Fun fact – It’s named after the English word “minced.”

 

Satay Bowl

Indonesia peanut satay sauce served with coconut rice and freshly stir-fried veggies and included crunchy peanuts.

Best Pairing – Rice, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Indonesia

Fun fact – Satay came from the Hokkien phrase 三块, which means “three pieces.”

 

Taiwanese Deep Fried Chicken Bowl

The bowl has diced chicken morsels with veggies. Stir-fried in a buttery, included spicy garlic sauce served with rice, noodles, or veggies.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Rice, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Taiwan

Fun fact – It was invented in the late 1970s

 

Thai Beef and Pineapple Fried Rice Bowl

The bowl encompasses minced Thai beef with onions, chili peppers, and fresh pineapple fried with rice and egg and topped with fresh basil. A popular local dish.

Best Pairing – Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Thailand

Fun fact – Thai food primarily features contrasting flavours

 

Cantonese Sweet and Sour Pork Bowl

Crispy breaded pork coated with an in-house-made traditional Cantonese sweet and sour sauce, with stir-fried bell peppers and onions.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Chinese province of Hunan

Fun fact – Sweet and Sour comes from the Chinese word “甜酸”(甜 = sweet, 酸 = sour)

 

Black Bean Wok Chicken

The Black Bean Wok Chicken bowl has tender chicken pieces, stir-fried with red peppers, mushrooms, zucchini, and onion. Coated in an authentic black bean sauce and served on rice.

Best Pairing – Rice, Onion, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – China

Fun fact – Fermented black beans are used to make Chinese Black Bean Sauce

 

Japanese Pork Katsu Curry Bowl

The Japanese curry bowl features a traditional stew made with flaky Japanese panko breadcrumbs and tender pork cutlets and served with potato, carrots, and rice.

Best Pairing – Rice, Cabbage Salad, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Japan

Fun fact – It’s served with tonkatsu sauce (sweet and tangy flavour)

 

BBQ Pork Rice Bowl

Traditionally made Chinese BBQ pork, a staple you can find in almost any Chinese market, is made fresh every morning. Served with seasonal greens and a sweet soy sauce.

Best Pairing – Peas, Onions, Scrambled Eggs, Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Guangdong, China

Fun fact – BBQ pork can be very sweet or spicy depending on the chef

 

Korean BBQ Chicken Bowl

Authentic Korean BBQ chicken, marinated in house-made brine and grilled on an open flame. Sliced and served with a fresh stir-fried vegetable medley with your choice of rice, veggies, or noodles.

Best Pairing – Beans, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Korea

Fun fact – Korean BBQ refers to the popular method of grilling meat

 

Speedo Chicken Bowl

Skinless but flavourful dark meat chicken served with stir-fried veggies and smothered in an authentic homemade teriyaki sauce.

Best Pairing – Rice, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – China

Fun fact – Speedo chicken is fast and easy to make

 

Yang Chow Fried Rice Bowl

The Yang Chow is freshly made rice fried with egg, green onions, and peas, topped with Chinese barbecue pork and sizzled shrimp.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Yangzhou, Jiangsu province

Fun fact – It’s the most well-known dish of the city of Yangzhou, Jiangsu province.

 

Crispy Chicken Cutlets Bowl

Hot and crispy boneless chicken cutlets served with veggies and your choice of lemon, Gangnam, Szechuan, or sweet and sour sauce.

Best Pairing – Broccoli, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Milan, Italy

Fun fact – Chicken cutlets get their name because they look like cuts of boneless chicken.

 

Thai Red Curry Bowl

Fresh carrots, potatoes, mushrooms, and basil served in a house-made coconut curry, with your choice of protein.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Thailand

Fun fact – Red curry dishes are incredibly versatile

 

Jumbo Coconut Shrimp Bowl

The Jumbo Coconut Shrimp Bowl features stir-fried veggies and breaded jumbo coconut shrimp. It’s served with rice and a house-made sweet honey curry dip.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Unknown

Fun fact – Coconut shrimp is extremely popular in the Caribbean and Polynesia islands.

 

Hungarian Spicy Tomato Beef Stew Bowl

Traditionally simmered beef and bacon tomato stew with carrots, onions, celery, and paprika.

Best Pairing – Veggies, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Hungary

Fun fact – A lean beef chuck is the best choice for the dish

 

Veggie Bowl

Stir-fried tofu served with fresh broccoli, cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, and zucchini, topped with crunchy bean sprouts and an authentic teriyaki sauce.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Worldwide

Fun fact – Veggie bowls are incredibly versatile, being a perfect food for anyone.

 

Seafood Curry Fried Rice Bowl

Fresh-grilled Basa, fried squid, and shrimp served on traditional fried rice.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Singapore

Fun fact – Fish head curry was invented after M.J. Gomez brought South Indian cuisine to diners.

 

Shanghai Pork Chop Bowl with Bok Choy Rice or Egg Fried Rice

A traditional Shanghai pork chop with a unique crispy crust served on your choice of baby bok choy and egg fried rice.

Best Pairing – Hot Sauce, Eggs, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Shanghai

Fun fact – The dish is served with a tangy, spicy dipping sauce

 

Filipino Pork Rib Bowl

Authentic honey or spicy garlic Filipino style short ribs, initially deep-fried and then stir-fried in a wok, with their choice of honey garlic or spicy garlic. It’s served with rice.

Best Pairing – Cabbage, Potato, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Philippines

Fun fact – The ribs are also known as loin ribs

 

Sweet & Sour Cutlet Bowl

Deep-fried and sliced pork chop served with fresh veggies. Chinese sweet and sour sauce served on the side.

Best Pairing – Fried Rice, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – China

Fun fact – Sweet and sour is a generic term that came from Chinese cuisine

 

Taipei Chicken Bowl

Salt and pepper deep-fried chicken with basil leaves on top of rice.

Best Pairing – Veggies, Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – Taiwan

Fun fact – It typically consists of bite-sized pieces of chicken

 

Fook Kin Fried Rice

The Fook King bowl comes with rice, shrimp, basa fish, squid, chicken, and gialan.

Best Pairing – Garlic Shrimp, Veggie Spring Roll, Pork Spring Roll, Pork Gyoza, Coconut Shrimp

Origin – China

Fun fact – It’s egg fried rice topped with diced shrimp

 

Order Rice Bowls Today From Rice Bowl Deluxe!

Rather than make rice bowls at your home, consider ordering any of these delicious bowls from us at Rice Bowl Deluxe! Our Motto is “Eat Rice Live Forever,” and if you try us once, you will know why. We look forward to making food for you!

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