You might be thinking what is all of the fuss about Buddha Bowl Recipes? Is this just another trend? The short answer is because they are beautiful, delicious and easy to make. As for trendy? Sure, but they have been around for much longer than social media. Let's check out some of our favorites.
Buddha Bowl Recipes
But is a Buddha Bowl?
A Buddha bowl is TYPICALLY (though there are some who add meat and eggs) a vegetarian dish of a mix of vegetables, fruits and grains such as quinoa or bulgar then topped with what is known as a Buddha bowl sauce. Buddha bowl recipes are packed full of fresh, clean eating ingredients and a complete super power food that will keep you nourished for hours.
Typical ingredients found in a Buddha Bowl
Avocado, Broccoli, Carrots, Chick Peas, Quinoa, Mushrooms, Sweet potato, Rice, Beets, Leeks and even Tofu. A Buddha bowl sauce can be any kind that compliments the flavors of the bowl ingredients, such as using a Tahini Sauce atop Tofu, Carrots, Broccoli and Sesame Seeds.
The options are endless, trust us, we have gathered only a few of our favorites here:
Chili Lime Chickpea - This Healthy Kitchen
Roasted Chicken with Spicy Mango Sauce - Lexi's Clean Kitchen
Nourish Bowl - Jessica in the Kitchen
Sesame Sriracha Bowl - Love and Olive Oil
Roasted Sweet Potato and Chickpea Bowl - Averie Cooks
Thai Coconut Bowl - Delish Knowledge
Thai Peanut Chicken Bowl - Closet Cooking
Coconut Cauliflower Rice Bowl - Running on Real Food
Asian Greens and Tempeh Bowl - Rainbow Nourishments
Sesame Crusted Hoisin Tofu Bowl - Full of Plants
Cauliflower Shawarma Bowl - Our Salty Kitchen
Tofu Bowl - Hashtag Healthy Eating
Turmeric Chickpea Beetroot Bowl - The Kitchen Girl
Hummus Bowl - Kay Nutrition
Super Green Bowl - Charley's Health
Peanut Tofu Buddha Bowl - Delish Knowledge
Mediterranean Vegan Bowl - Fit Foodie Finds
Winter Bowl - Well and Full
Roasted Turmeric Cauliflower Bowl - Nourish Everyday
Thai Sweet Chili Chicken Bowl - Closet Cooking
Heart Chakra Balancing Bowl - Mind Body Green