Here are some of my Buddha bowl and if you like what you see, than drop everything and follow me for more delicious Buddha bowl ideas.
When I think of Buddha bowl I think of fresh product….visit your vegetable markets and your Buddha bowl will never be boring.
Buddha bowl have been around for quite sometime, in Italian I will call it “Insalata Composta” but how do you prepare the perfect one? The one with the right amount of proteins, complex carbs, crunchiness, veggies and seeds.
I like to start my Buddha bowl with a base that it is usually mixed leaves salad and then for complex carbs I like to add buckwheat, barley or brown rice. For proteins I like to add boiled or poached eggs, chicken, or if I want something really lavish, I will add prawns. Crispy Paneer or Halloumi are also part of proteins for the perfect Buddha bowl and let’s not forget about lentils and beans in general. What is a Buddha bowl without veggies…so think of carrots, cucumbers, edamame, peas and the list is endless. Veggies can be baked as well like baby eggplants, zucchini, bell peppers etc…Find crunchiness by adding pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, almonds, pecans or walnuts.
I use a small scheme that I am sharing with you to make the best Buddha bowl ever and never grow bored of it.
Mix and match ingredients to your like. This is just a small list of ingredients for Buddha bowl, add the one that you like and enjoy a fresh, healthy and quick meal. As you can see I didn’t mention any dressing the reason is very simple I like to dress my Buddha bowl with EVOO vinaigrette (EVOO, salt, pepper and apple cider vinegar) nothing more nothing less. So go for it and enjoy a healthy, fulfilling Buddha bowl.