Are you one of those who always worried about the nutrition value of your Meal bowl. Then you must be aware of Buddha bowls while searching for healthy food practices in your social media. Buddha bowls are hearty, filling dishes made of various greens, raw or roasted veggies, beans and a healthy grain like quinoa or brown rice. Sometimes they also include toppings like nuts, seeds and dressings for added texture and flavor.
Buddha bowls are infinitely flexible concepts, All you have to do is arrange some vegan protein, complex carbohydrates, and a healthy source of fat on a bed of raw leafy greens. I like to add a few odds and ends to bump up the flavor and texture of my Buddha bowls, and it’s a fantastic way to use up leftovers, like sweet potatoes.
A melting pot of flavors and textures, Buddha bowl recipes are also usually dressed with a spicy sauce. But the fun doesn’t stop there. You can top your dish with nuts and seeds for a boost of buttery flavor and crunch.
Here we shall see some interesting recipes of Buddha bowl, with these gives you an idea of what a Buddha bowl must have, and you can just create your own way of having it.
This excellent yummy bowl is the one you can have atmost all days, It constitutes Beef, kale, sprouts,hummus and brown rice with Mexican spices.
Preparation Time: 10 Minutes
For the Beef
- 1 lb. Organic grass fed Ground Beef
- 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
- 5 tablespoons chili powder
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- ½ teaspoon cumin
- ½ teaspoon paprika
- ⅕ teaspoon sea salt
For the Bowls
- 1 lb. organicnic Grass-Fed Ground Beef (recipe above)
- 2 cups cooked short grains brown rice
- ½ cup hummus
- 2 cups raw kale
- 1 cup sprouts
- 1 cup diced tomatoes
- ½ cup salsa
For the Beef
- First, preheat skillet to medium/high heat. Then, cook ground beef and stir continuously until slightly browned. Add in apple cider vinegar and spices and continue cooking until fully cooked.
For the bowls
- Separate out the ground beef into 4 servings. Then add in ½ cup cooked brown rice, 2 tablespoons hummus, ½ cup raw kale, ¼ cup sprouts, ¼ cup diced tomatoes, and 2 tablespoons of salsa to each bowl.