Brown rice, quinoa, bulghar wheat or other grain
Baked kumara and/or pumpkin
Roast eggplant or cauliflower
Diced tomatoes and cucumber
Corn or grated carrot
Cooked beans or chickpeas
Hummus or other dip, like pesto or whatever you have made
Pumpkin or sunflower seeds
Why Buddha Bowl?
Buddha carried a bowl with him on his journeys and accepted food as donations, which he would eat at the end of the day. Buddha bowls today are considered to be bowls of a large variety of different foods, and we make them often with a rainbow of colours, tastes and textures.
Nutrionally they are a great way to pack everything into one meal: beans, soy, or some kind of legume for protein. Grain of choice. Selection of different coloured vegetables. Spices and sauces or dips for flavour. Nuts or seeds. And there you have your bowl ~ have fun!
Contributor: Linda Siai Seve