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Buddha Bowl Recipe For Weight Loss [2022]

Japleen Kaur

Recipe by Japleen Kaur

buddha bowl

Cooking Time

25 minutes

Total Time

30 minutes

Ingredients
  • Sweet potato - 1 large cubed
  • Boiled Chickpeas - 1 cup
  • Sesame seeds or Hemp seeds - 2 tbsp
  • Pickled Red Onions - 3/4 cup
  • Salt - as per taste
  • Extra-virgin olive oil for drizzling
  • Lemon Juice - 1 tsp
  • Chopped Spinach Leaves - 8
  • Red Radish - 2 small size
  • Carrots - 2 medium size
  • Shredded Red cabbage - 1 large size
  • Turmeric Tahini Sauce - 1 tbsp for dressing
  • Microgreens (optional) - 4 to 5 stalks
  • Samak Ke Chawal - 1/3 Cups
  • Buddha Bowl is a simple yet flavorful vegetarian recipe with the goodness of sweet potatoes. But where did the name ‘ Buddha Bowl’ came from? To summarize in short, on his travels around the world Lord Buddha carried a bowl and took food as a donation from people, which he would eat at the end of the day.

    They are generally thought of as a totally balanced, typically plant-based meal…in a bowl! The first step is to include some roasted veggies, which are then placed over a bed of greens or grains and dressed on top. It gives the food a little more crunch and zest while also boosting the immunity.

    How To Make Buddha Bowl

    • Firstly boil the sweet potatoes in half stockpot water and peel them while they are warm.
    • After that take a pan and toss the sweet potatoes with olive oil, salt, and pepper until it is golden brown.
    • Thinly slice the radish into rounds (best done using a slicer or on a mandoline), and use a vegetable peeler to peel the carrots into ribbons.
    • Then, toss the radish slices, carrot ribbons, and shredded cabbage with a squeeze of lemon. Set it aside.
    • On the other hand, place the kale leaves into a large bowl and toss it with a squeeze of lemon and few pinches of salt.
    • Use your hands to massage the leaves until they become soft and wilted and continue doing it till it is reduced in the bowl by about half the quantity.
    • Assemble individual bowls together with barnyard millet, chickpeas, spinach, carrots, radishes, cabbage, sweet potatoes, red pickled onion, sesame seeds, and microgreens (if using).
    • At last, season it with salt and pepper and dress it with the turmeric tahini sauce. Grab your fresh and flavorful healthy bowl.

    Health Benefits

    • Red cabbage is an extremely healthy vegetable and has been studied for its anti-aging effects and as an immune supporter.
    • Sweet potatoes are low in Glycemic Index, which helps to fill you up for longer and aid your digestive health.
    • Dark leafy greens such as spinach and kale are the richest sources of iron from plant food important for those vegetarians/vegans out there!
    • Spinach is not only extremely healthy but versatile as well being rich in vitamin K, folate, and high in iron.
    • Legumes like chickpeas are important for building strong bones include magnesium and calcium
    • This recipe is also termed as a powerhouse of nutrients and a very strong option if you are looking to recover from any medical issue.

    Fun-fact

    Looking for more healthy snack options to binge? Try this beloved south snack with this homemade easy and very healthy “banana chips” recipe. A low calories high fiber snack for you to binge without weight gain.

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