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Buddha Bowl

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Buddha Bowl

Line, 6 May 2020

Buddha bowl:

 

Buddha bowls are the perfect go-to for using those left over things in your fridge, cupboard and even freezer.

 

This is not an actual recipe, it’s more inspiration and some very good dressings!

 

What you need to think of when making a buddha bowl is getting plenty of colours from the vegetables and fruit. Eating as many colours a spossible is not only good for your appetite and happy feelings, it means you’ll get many different vitamins and minerals.

 

Spinach
Carrots
Brocoli
Avocado
Tomato
Sweet corn
Green peas
Cabbage
Cauliflower
Sweet potato
Spring onion
Red onion
Cucumber

 

Are some of the most common buddies from your fridge, shake it up a bit, corn gets better when fried, oven roasted sweet potato is amazing and so is pickled red onion.

 

For protein we HIGHLY recomend LikeMeat (surprising, right? 😉 but not without a good reason, Likemeat contains up to 20g of lean protein pr. 100g. That’s pretty awesome and it’s made purely from plants, better for you, the animals and the planet, giant win-win.

We’ve added some leftover fried black beans to our bowl for even more protein. Chickpeas, tofu or seitan are great sources of plant based protein aswell.

 

For carbs we’ve used wild, red rice. Using as  unprocessed grains as possible means you’re not just getting empty, sugary carbs, but actually both fibers and important nutrientes. You could use any type of whole grain like oat, rye or sorghum.

 

When composing a bowl like this, you’ll get a whole meal in one bowl and it will make you happy, which is very important, especially these days.

 

Last but not least, dressings:

We have 2 favorite dressings, the sesame dressing and the peanutbutter dressing

 

Sesame dressing

1dl of tahin

½ dl water

Juice of 1 lemon

1 tsp agave syrup

1 tbsp soy sauce

1 tsp sesame oil

½ clove of garlic.

 

Blend everything and add water untill you’ve reached the perfect consistency.

 

Peanut butter dressing:

 

1 dl of Peanut butter

2 dl water

2 tbsp soy sauce

Juice of 1 lime

Minced fresh chili

 

Blend everything and add water untill you’ve reached the perfect consistency.



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Meet the chef Line

Hi everybody! I’m Line, I’m a vegan chef from Denmark, and I’ll be sharing news, tips & tricks, trends of the amazing dishes you can make with LikeMeat. Let’s get cooking! Remember to tag LikeMeat whenever you cook something cool with our products! It’s always an inspiration to see your creativity!

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