Ultra good for your health, it’s the star of the photos on Instagram and Pinterest, you must have already seen the famous Buddha Bowl!
There are also rainbow bowls, hippie bowls, macro bowls, yoga bowls … in fact these are the variations of names for the same result. You will know everything about this popular dish.
Origin of the Buddha Bowl
Let’s start with the beginning ! The buddha bowl comes from its definition “a bowl which is packed so full that it has a rounded” belly “appearance on the top much like the belly of a buddha”. You understand that the bowl is so full that it looks like a round belly reminiscent of Buddha’s.
Advantages of the Buddha Bowl
FUN + FAST + HEALTHY!
It’s so nice to have fun with the multiple colors of this dish, while inventing new recipes.
Very quick to create, just assemble the various ingredients and that’s it!
The composition is very healthy in addition to being quite greedy, it is a real complete and balanced meal.
Bowl Buddha Recipe
We arrive at the heart of the subject and you will hallucinate because the realization of a buddha bowl is so simple, it’s really a breeze!
As a container, you need a large bowl or a small salad-bowl.
Add all the necessary ingredients:
- 20% animal or vegetable protein (egg, tuna, salmon, shrimp, chicken, quinoa, chickpeas, tofu)
- 15% cereals (semolina, bulgur, rice, pasta, barley)
- 15% colored vegetables (pepper, tomato, corn)
- 10% green vegetables (cucumber, kale, spinach, gourmet peas)
- 15% raw root vegetables, cooked, roasted or even fried (carrots, beets, celery, turnips, radishes, beans)
- 10% fruits (cranberries, raspberries, blueberries, mango, pineapple, apple)
- 15% good fat (avocado, almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, feta)
- some spices (turmeric, curry …)
- herbs (mint, coriander …)
- seeds (sunflower, sesame, chia),
- Finish with a little lemon juice or soy sauce or a vinaigrette, as you feel.
You get it : almost all the possibilities are offered to you to create your dreamy Buddha bowl, and of course to vary it to infinity!