Chicken Burrito Bowls with Hatch Chile Rice

Chicken Burrito Bowls with Hatch Chile Rice is an easy dinner idea that will only take 15 minutes to make, and features popular Hatch Chiles from New Mexico.

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Disclosure: This is sponsored recipe for the Hatch Chile Store through 15 Minute Suppers

When the Hatch Chile Co sent me some of their chiles, I was in foodie heaven. They sent me 5 pounds worth, which was plenty to experiment with!

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Coming up with ideas on how to use the Hatch Chiles is no problem…but the real challenge came in with creating a supper in 15 minutes with them. After much thought and recipe testing, I’m ready to share with you my idea: Chicken Burrito Bowls with Hatch Chile Rice!

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As the name #15MinuteSuppers implies, this dinner idea is very easy. The main part of this meal is the Hatch Chile Rice, which is SO simple. You can get my full recipe for it here: Hatch Chile Rice Recipe.

Easy Side Dishes - Hatch Chile Rice Recipe

For the chicken for your Chicken Burrito Bowls, you’ll want to pick up a rotisserie chicken from the deli of your local grocery store and remove the chicken to use If you happen to have leftover chicken, you can use that instead.

Chicken

To create your Chicken Burrito Bowl, first start with the Hatch Chile Rice. Then add chicken on top of the rice and any other toppings you might like. Some of the things we had: black beans (drained and rinsed), corn, lettuce shredded cheese, cilantro, jalapenos, tomatoes, sour cream, avocado or guacamole, and lime wedges. A delicious DIY dinner that is just like a burrito but without the tortilla.

Chicken Burrito Bowls with Hatch Chile Rice
Ingredients
  • Hatch Chile Rice
  • 12-16 ounces cooked chicken meat (leftovers or from a rotisserie chicken)
  • Optional toppings: black beans (drained and rinsed), corn kernels, shredded cheese, shredded lettuce, sliced tomatoes, sliced jalapenos, sour cream, avocado wedges, guacamole, cilatro
Instructions
  1. To create a burrito bowl, spoon some of the Hatch Chile Rice into the bottom of your bowl. Then top with chicken, followed by any of the desired toppings.

For more information on the Hatch Chile Co, check out their website follow them on social media:

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Today’s 15 minute meal ideas all use Hatch Green Chiles from Hatch, NM. There is nothing better than a perfectly ripe chile and these chiles are picked, processed, and frozen within a couple hours. They are super versatile and we’ve created some amazing #15MinuteSuppers using these delicious chiles. There are a few appetizers and the rest are main dishes! Which one is your favorite?

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Appetizers

Main Dishes

Don’t forget to make a batch of Hatch Chile Rice for your Chicken Burrito Bowls! Click below to get the recipe:

Hatch Chile Rice

Easy Side Dishes - Hatch Chile Rice Recipe

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Comments

  1. Leslie Dauer-Creek says

    Love, love, love hatch peppers!! Thanks for the recipe – I definitely want to try it! And even more thank you for the link to where I can buy them online!

  2. Birdiebee says

    I love green chiles and cook with them frequently. This recipe looks delicious. The idea of 15 minute dinners really appeals to me.

  3. Jaclyn Reynolds says

    The photos are amazing, this makes my mouth water! Would love to have this ready for when my husband gets home from school!

  4. Tina W says

    I love the idea of 15 minute dinners right now! I take dinner to my Dad everynight right now, which keeps pushing our dinner time later and later. This could get me back on track.

  5. Michele P says

    after a long day of work, it’s great to be able to have a great meal done in 15 minutes… since my husband is from Guatemala, this recipe is something we’d love to try since we love chiles (you could say they are a staple in our home!)

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