Purely Vegetable Buddha bowl – no-dairy!

Prep Time
45 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
1 servings

There is no clear definition as to what a Buddha bowl really is but it always looks like a wholesome, colourful and interesting way to eat your way to health in a novel way. And since there are no known set of rules, you can assemble it the way you want to with the ingredients you have at hand. I did just that and you can too :)

  • Avocado Pulp: ½ cup
  • Roasted Beetroot Dip: ½ cup
  • Brinjal Slices: 3 or 4 (prepared as Begun Bhaja)
  • Bell Pepper: ¼ cup (chopped, any colour)
  • Yellow pumpkin: ½ cup (cubed)
  • Mixed dry herbs: ½ tsp
  • Spinach: ½ cup (shredded)
  • Lime Juice: 2 tsp
  • Gomashio: 1 tsp
  • Rock salt: to taste
  • Cold-pressed coconut oil: to grease pumpkin
  • Apply salt and oil to cubes of yellow pumpkin and bake in an oven at 200°C for 20 mins. Toss it around in between. Poke to check if cooked.
  • Make Begun Bhaja and reserve 3-4 slices for the Buddha bowl
  • Add chopped bell pepper to avocado pulp and season with salt and lime juice and set aside.
  • Arrange all the components in a bowl or a plate and sprinkle with a generous round of Gomashio and a dash of lime and dig in.

Wellcure Tip:

  • You can make a similar bowl with ingredients of your choice, like boiled beans, roasted sweet potatoes, roasted mushrooms or with only a mix of raw vegetables with different dips.
  • If you have the components pre-made, it will take you less than 5 minutes to assemble a bowl.

Eating Guide:

  • · Food group: vegetables
  • · Vegetables, are loaded with enzymes and are high in water content, they aid digestion. They get absorbed easily by the body, providing health at the cellular level. Add them liberally in your daily meals.

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