Easy Skillet Nourish Bowl

Updated: Mar 8, 2021


Confession, I only just learned to cook in my early twenties. So you have my reassurance when I say it's an "easy" meal to make, I really mean it. I'm a no-fuss, don't like to spend hours in the kitchen kinda gal and that's why you'll be super pleased to find most of my recipes don't take longer than 20/30 minutes to make, this one took around 15 minutes total.


This little nourish bowl is filled with ingredients to help support your gut, mood, and hormones- and yes, it's pretty freaking delicious too!


Let's dive a little deeper into some of the benefits from this holistic dish (click here to scroll to the full list of ingredients for the recipe):

-Onions and shallot containing antioxidants and known for controlling blood sugar levels and promoting healthy digestion

-Cremini Mushrooms rich in potassium, also helps aid in digestion/ preventing leaky gut and fights fatigue

- Baby Cauliflower filled with antioxidants, fiber, and choline (a nutrient many of us are deficient in)

- Eggs high in b vitamins and healthy fats

- Avocado a fantastic cognitive and hormone supporter

- Mirco Greens filled with phytonutrients that help nourish your gut microbiome


Pictured I used jasmine rice, but another option that's lower on the glycemic index to consider is quinoa that would also pair super nicely with this mix.


Lately, I've also been slacking on getting in my greens in my day-to-day meals. So I've been playing with yummy ways to incorporate them into warm dishes as the last few days of winter linger around (when it's cold it's not uncommon to crave foods that are warm to help balance us out) Something like microgreens that pack a powerful dose of needed vitamins and minerals is so so easy to throw on top of almost anything and seems to be the perfect complement to this meal.


Anyway, let's get cooking shall we?


Here's what you will need:

  1. 2 tbsp Olive or Coconut Oil

  2. 1/4 White Onion, Diced

  3. 1/2 Small Shallot, Diced

  4. 1 1/2 Cup Cremini Mushrooms, Chopped

  5. 1 1/2 Cups Baby Cauliflower

  6. 1-2 Cups cooked Jasmine Rice/Quinoa

  7. 2-4 Eggs

  8. Avocado, diced

  9. 1/4 cup Liquid Coconut Aminos

  10. 1/4 cup Liquid Coconut Amino Teryaki Sauce

  11. 4-5 Drops of Fish Oil

  12. Salt Pepper & Red Chili Flakes for topping

  13. Microgreens for topping


Putting it together (Directions):

  1. Prepare all your ingredients; dicing, chopping, have your sauces ready to go, and heat a medium-sized skillet on medium heat with 2 tbsps olive or coconut oil

  2. Once the skillet is nice and hot, add your diced onion and shallot, stirring them until golden brown

  3. Next, add in your veggies (Cauli & Mushrooms), stir for 3-5 minutes until cauliflower becomes tender or the stems darken in color. You should also notice the mushrooms will begin to thicken the mixture

  4. Add in your cooked rice/ quinoa, coconut aminos, fish sauce, and coconut teriyaki, stir thoroughly for another 2-3 minutes

  5. Once your skillet is well mixed, dump it into a bowl, set it aside, and turn the heat to low

  6. Next crack your eggs into the pan and cook to your liking ( sunny side/ scrambled, whatever style is your fav!)

  7. After your eggs finish cooking, top them on your bowl and add in your toppings (microgreens, avocado salt, pepper and chili flakes (optional of course))

  8. Enjoy this highly nutritious, supportive, and yummy meal!

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Hi, I'm Kamela! Former high school volleyball athlete, ballerina, anorexia warrior, Holistic Health & Self Love Coach, and Personal Trainer. I've been helping millennials just like you with their well-being for the past 7 years. Reach out to work with me and for even more free helpful content let's be insta friends :)


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