In less than 5 minutes, you can enjoy fluffy rice topped with tender turkey and broccoli, mixed with sour cream and covered in melted Cheddar cheese.
Looking for a quick and filling meal? With rice, lean protein, vegetables and cheese, our Cheesy Turkey and Broccoli Rice has all of the bases covered and is sure to keep you full and satisfied. With just 5 ingredients, you can prepare this delicious bowl in less than 5 minutes!
Combine rice, broccoli and turkey in a medium, microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on HIGH for 2 minutes.
Stir in cheese and sour cream. Microwave on HIGH for 1 more minute. Stir until creamy and well-blended.
Have fun with this recipe by adding different garnishes. Try chopped, cooked bacon along with the cheese and sour cream. Or, garnish with additional shredded cheese, a dollop of sour cream and sliced green onion.
For a different spin, try replacing the turkey with cooked, chopped chicken, ham or sausage.
Instead of just broccoli, use a variety of veggies here, such as diced red pepper, zucchini, peas, shredded carrots or baby spinach.
Just picture it; fluffy white rice, tender turkey and chopped broccoli combined with sour cream and covered in melty Cheddar cheese. In less than 5 minutes, you can be savoring this rice bowl on the go, pre- or post-workout, or for a simple lunch at school or the office. You may just find yourself fighting for a spot in line for the microwave after your coworkers steal your lunch idea!
One of the key components to this recipe’s quick-cooking time is our Minute® Ready to Serve Microwavable Rice cups. These perfectly-portioned cups are heated in the microwave for just 1 minute! You can even make this a whole grain recipe by using Minute® Ready to Serve Brown Rice. Try any of our other favorites like this microwavable Egg Fried Rice and other top recipes to make in the microwave.
As this recipe calls for turkey, it’s a perfect opportunity for using up leftover Thanksgiving leftovers. Any other time of year, use up leftovers from a Sunday roast turkey or chicken. Leftover cranberry sauce, too? Use that to whip up a few Jasmine Rice and Dried Cranberry Cookies for dessert!