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Buddha Bowl

Taste of Home says a Buddha Bowl is “Named for its big, round Buddha belly shape. A “Buddha bowl” can mean different things to different people, so let’s define it as a one-dish meal consisting of rice or whole grains, roasted veggies, a dressing and protein (by way of beans, tofu, lentils, or in some cases meat or fish). It’s considered clean eating and it incorporates principles of Chinese and Japanese medicine.”
1. Whole Grains: cooked brown rice, quinoa, barley or bulgur.
2. Vegetables: choose different colors, can be cooked or fresh from the Farmer’s Market.
3. Protein: tofu, chickpeas, beans, lentils, fish or chicken.
4. Dressing: homemade salad dressing for freshness.
5. Seeds & nuts: pumpkin, sesame, pepitas, chia seeds, walnuts, pecans.
6. Favorite foods: hard boiled egg, avocado, olives, cheese.

Enjoy these healthy Buddha Bowl recipes:

Sweet Potato Walnut Falafel Bowls

Sweet Potato Walnut Falafel Bowls

    According to a study conducted by Yale and Earth Day Network, more than half of Americans willing to eat more plants and less meat. Buddha Bowls, the one-dish meal, are an answer to this change in eating, including this Sweet Potato Walnut Falafel Bowl. Want more? See all of our Buddha Bowl recipes. Like this? See our… Read More »Sweet Potato Walnut Falafel Bowls

    Greek Chicken Bowl

    Greek Chicken Bowl Recipe

      Love Buddha Bowls? The Greek Chicken Bowl recipe includes olives, feta cheese and tzatziki sauce with the chicken, rice and vegetables.

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