Brace Hayden, DPT
This is a fairly easy and healthy family favorite for entertaining guests or making delicious leftovers. Originally a recipe by Shelley Adams, a British Columbian chef that named the recipe after a favorite Whitewater ski area run "Glory Bowl". Definitely a tried and true year-round dish that holds up to its hyperbolic namesake.
COOKING TIME:15 minutesPORTION SIZE:6-8 servings
Glory Bowl Dressing (or use whatever dressing you have on hand that looks like it would mix well):
GLORY BOWL DRESSING:
TO SERVE, DIVIDE RICE AMONG 6-8 BOWLS