With a flavorful combination of family favorites, including white rice, bacon and egg, this hearty salad is great for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
This Bacon and Egg Rice Salad is a quick, quality meal you can enjoy for breakfast, lunch or dinner, even on the busiest days. Use our convenient and microwavable, fluffy Minute® Ready to Serve White Rice for something delicious, that’s ready in no time!
Heat rice according to package directions.
Brush bottom of a microwave-safe cup or ramekin with oil, or spray lightly with cooking spray. Crack egg into the cup. Pierce both yolk and white with a fork a few times to help prevent the egg from exploding. Cover cup with plastic wrap, pulling some back to allow venting. Microwave on HIGH for 30 to 45 seconds, or until egg white is set and the yolk is still runny.
Place arugula in a small bowl and top with rice. Top with tomatoes, bacon and cooked egg. Drizzle with dressing.
Substitute Italian dressing with balsamic, ranch or Caesar, if preferred.
This simple rice salad comes together in minutes! It’s effortless, fresh and completely customizable to your tastes. We recommend that you serve the warm rice grains tossed with fresh arugula greens, crispy bacon, fresh grape tomatoes and a runny-yolk egg, all drizzled with your favourite dressing.
Use these suggestions or make this recipe work for you by using any ingredients you already have on hand. Try using up extra mushrooms, spinach or other vegetables, try some cheese, or use any type of dressing you like. Depending on the way you decide to customize this meal, it can easily be a lovely breakfast, a quick, on-the-go lunch or even a balanced dinner.
Grain bowls are a wonderful way to start your day with something tasty and hearty! They can also be quick to make, thanks to our microwavable Minute® Ready to Serve grains. Prepare this tasty bowl or try any number of other options for making simple breakfasts with rice.
Now that you know what to have for breakfast, why not give this chicken and rice casserole a try for a quick and easy lunch or dinner option?