Dinner after a long day feels like a warzone. You're exhausted, the fridge is a desolate wasteland, and takeout menus are like those annoying cheerleader chants, impossible to ignore. But hold on! There's a secret weapon hiding in your fridge, a weeknight warrior ready to save the day: Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Chicken. This isn't your average grocery store rotisserie chicken, this is slow-cooked, smoky-sweet perfection. 

a couple of bbq pulled chicken rice bowls

We're talking restaurant-quality pulled chicken that will turn your weeknight blues into a flavor fiesta. Imagine this: tender, juicy chicken from Urban Smokehouse piled high on a bed of fluffy rice, every bite an explosion of taste and texture. Ditch the takeout menus, ditch the stress - this BBQ Pulled Chicken Rice Bowl from Urban Smokehouse is pure, delicious comfort food that will have you wondering how you ever survived without it. So ditch the dinner drama and let Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Chicken transport you straight to flavortown.

Serving Size: 4 | Prep Time: 10 minutes | Cook Time: 20 minutes


  • 1 pack of Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Chicken
  • 1 sliced avocado
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 sliced cucumber
  • 1 cup steamed broccoli florets
  • Chopped green onions for garnishing
  • Sesame seeds for garnishing
  • Teriyaki sauce or soy ginger sauce for drizzling


  1. Heat pre-cooked Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled chicken by following any of the recommended processes on the back of its label. 
  2. Run cold water over the jasmine rice until it flows clean. 
  3. Place the water and the rinsed rice in a saucepan. Bring it to a boil.
    After the rice is soft and the water has been absorbed, lower the heat to low, cover, and simmer for fifteen to twenty minutes. 
  4. Take it off the heat and leave it covered for five minutes. Fluff using a fork.
  5. Steam the broccoli florets till they are tender.
  6. Slice the avocado and cucumber.
  7. Equally divide the cooked rice into serving bowls.
  8. Now to each bowl add Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Chicken, broccoli, sliced avocado and cucumber.
  9. Drizzle the teriyaki sauce or soy ginger dressing over the ingredients.
  10. Sprinkle some sesame seeds for garnishing.
  11. Enjoy!

Nutritional Value: Per Serving | Calories: 450 Kcal | Carbohydrate: 55 g | Protein: 20 g | Fat: 17 g


Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl: 

Dive into a bowl of Asian-inspired goodness with this Teriyaki Chicken Rice Bowl. Start by cooking fluffy jasmine rice to perfection. Next, top the rice with tender and flavorful Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Chicken. Add steamed broccoli florets, sliced carrots, and a generous drizzle of teriyaki sauce for that irresistible sweet and savory flavor. Garnish your bowl with sesame seeds for a nutty crunch and chopped green onions for a burst of freshness. This bowl is a delightful fusion of smoky BBQ chicken with the sweet tanginess of teriyaki sauce, creating a harmonious and satisfying meal.

Spicy BBQ Chicken Rice Bowl: 

Craving a bit of heat? Try the Spicy BBQ Chicken Rice Bowl for a kick of flavor. Begin by cooking jasmine rice until it's light and fluffy. Layer the rice with zesty Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Chicken infused with a spicy BBQ sauce. Add in sautéed bell peppers and onions for a colorful and aromatic touch. Sprinkle some diced tomatoes on top and finish with a sprinkle of chili flakes for that extra punch of heat. To balance the spiciness, a dollop of cooling sour cream or creamy Greek yogurt can be added. This bowl offers a fiery twist to the classic BBQ chicken, perfect for those who love a bit of spice in their meals.

Asian Veggie Rice Bowl: 

For a burst of fresh flavors and vibrant colors, try the Asian Veggie Rice Bowl. Cook jasmine rice until it's fluffy and light. Top the rice with Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Chicken, complemented by a colorful mix of stir-fried Asian vegetables like bok choy, mushrooms, and snap peas. Drizzle a soy-ginger dressing over the bowl for a tangy and aromatic touch. Sprinkle with chopped peanuts or cashews for added crunch and texture. This bowl brings together the smoky BBQ chicken with the crispness of fresh vegetables and the umami flavors of the soy-ginger dressing, creating a delightful fusion of tastes.

Mango Salsa Chicken Rice Bowl: 

Indulge in a tropical twist with the Mango Salsa Chicken Rice Bowl. Cook jasmine rice until it's fluffy and fragrant. Layer the rice with juicy Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Chicken and top it with a vibrant mango salsa, adding a burst of sweetness and tanginess. Add slices of creamy avocado and a sprinkle of fresh cilantro to elevate the flavors. Finish with a squeeze of lime juice for a refreshing citrus kick. This bowl is a delightful combination of smoky BBQ chicken, tropical mango salsa, and creamy avocado, creating a refreshing and satisfying meal option.

Frequently Asked Questions


What type of rice should I use for the BBQ Pulled Chicken Rice Bowl? 

Jasmine rice works best for this recipe as it has a fragrant aroma and fluffy texture that complements the BBQ pulled chicken.

Can I use brown rice or quinoa instead of jasmine rice? 

Yes, you can substitute jasmine rice with brown rice or quinoa for a healthier alternative with added fiber and nutrients.

Where can I find Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Chicken? 

You can typically find Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Chicken in the refrigerated or frozen section of grocery stores, or you can order it online from our website.

Can I substitute the cucumber and avocado with other vegetables? 

Absolutely! Feel free to use any vegetables you like such as bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, or spinach to customize your rice bowl.

Cooking Method:

How do I know when the jasmine rice is cooked perfectly? 

The rice is cooked perfectly when it is tender and all the water has been absorbed. Fluff the rice with a fork to separate the grains.

Can I cook the rice in a rice cooker instead of a saucepan? 

Yes, you can use a rice cooker for convenience. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for cooking jasmine rice in your rice cooker.

How long should I steam the broccoli florets for? 

Steam the broccoli florets for about 5-7 minutes or until they are tender but still crisp.

Do I need to heat the Urban Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Chicken before adding it to the rice bowl? 

It's recommended to heat the BBQ pulled chicken before adding it to the rice bowl for optimal flavor and texture.


Are there any low-carb alternatives for the rice in this recipe? 

Cauliflower rice or spiralized zucchini can be used as low-carb alternatives to traditional rice in this recipe.

What other sauces can I use besides teriyaki or BBQ sauce? 

You can use soy-ginger dressing, hoisin sauce, sweet chili sauce, or any other Asian-inspired sauce to switch up the flavors in your rice bowl.

Can I add fruit to the rice bowl, like pineapple or mango? 

Yes, adding fruits like pineapple or mango can add a sweet and tangy element to your rice bowl, enhancing its tropical flavors.

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