Deconstructed sushi California roll

This deconstructed sushi bowl is my answer to Nacho Night! Nacho Night is a simple one-bowl dish with rice, black beans, cheese, salsa, sour cream, and avocado served with chips. Nacho Night morphed from taco night when we realized we just liked the taco fillings and chips. I love that Nacho Night is so quick and easy. It's one of our go-to meals for a weeknight.

Then I thought it would be fun to figure out an Asian Night. One day I saw the imitation crab meat hanging out in the freezer and a deconstructed sushi bowl just kind of came to me. This deconstructed sushi bowl gets its ingredients from the California Roll. Wikipedia describes a California Roll as "a kind of sushi roll, usually made inside-out, containing cucumber, crab meat or imitation crab, and avocado." Read on to see how we made it:

Deconstructed sushi California roll bowl
   Prepare 2 cups brown rice (we used boil in a bag) according to package directions. Meanwhile saute 1 8 oz package imitation flaked crab meat. Once rice is cooked and the crab meat has been warmed through, toss both together with 1 cubed avocado and 1 peeled and diced cucumber. Finish with soy sauce to taste.

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