Our favourite recipes you can serve in bowls

We just love simplicity. We love great staples that you can always go back to. We don’t want to spend too much time on preparing food, but instead on enjoying it with family and friends. Super simple, easy to make and very delicious – sign us up!

We have gathered a few of our super bowls – those recipes that require minimal effort but offer Our favourite recipes you can serve in bowls. They make great lunches, accompany long brunches or offer light dinners.

1. The buddha bowl

Rather easy to make as it has a formula to it.

First, choose your greens: spinach, kale, arugula, romaine or mixed greens.

Next, pick a starch: rice, quinoa, potatoes, yams, pumpkin, barley.

With the third step, you get to load it with colour: broccoli, tomatoes, cucumber, carrot, bell pepper and cabbage. You can even add some kimchi for a winter-y, spicy addittion.

Then comes your protein: edamame, lentils, tofu, tempeh, beans or chicken if you eat meat.

Healthy fats will elevate your bowl further: avocado, nuts, seeds, tahini, hummus or olive oil.

And finally, your spices: hot sauce, cilantro, lime juice, garlic, onion or nutritional yeast if you’re vegan (if you’re not vegan, still give nutritional yeast a try, as it brings a kick and that cheesy taste without the dairy).

2. Roasted vegetable bowl with green tahini

This recipe is as easy as it sounds. First, you roast your veggies: carrots, potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower with olive oil and salt. Then, you prepare your green tahini: half a cup of olive oil, half a cup of water, quarter cup of tahini, a big bunch of koriander – or parsley if you don’t like the fragrant leafies -, 1 clove of garlic, half a lemon’s juice and salt. Following the above formula, you can add protein such as chicken, tofu or hard boiled eggs, and healthy fats in the form of an avocado. Roast the veggies, blitz up the sauce and by the time you took a shower and read a few pages of your favourite book, dinner is ready!

3. Moroccan glow-bowl

If you’d like to try some super healthy food options, or you got carried away on takeaways this week, and now you’re feeling like trying something nourishing, but delicious, the glow-bowl is the thing for you. A colder-weather go-to for a super nutritious, plant-based meal, try this spicy goodness this week! Pinch of Yum has a great recipe on this, but the gist is basically: mix your spices – sauteed onion and garlic, chili powder and cumin, turmeric and garam masala, cinnamon and cayenne – with chickpeas and a can of diced tomatoes, then dice a cucumber and prepare a dressing made of yoghurt, mint, parsley, cilantro, olive oil and lemon juice, you can mix in some hummus as well, and serve the whole thing with pita chips. Takes you to the Middle East instantly, without you leaving your home at all.

4. Bok choy, mushrooms, cabbage, tahini noodles and teriyaki salmon

For the teriyaki sauce on the salmon, mix 3tbsp of teriyaki sauce, hoisin sauce and soy sauce with 1 tbsp of white vinegar and sesame oil. Stir in 70 grams of brown sugar, 2 cloves of garlic, chopped and a small piece of freshly grated ginger, to taste. This goes on your salmon. All you have left to do is to sautee some mushrooms, tenderstem broccoli with bok choy and cabbage, and prepare your favourite noodles. Sprinkle some tahini sauces over the whole things and you’re done!

Will you try any of the above recipes?

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