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A Buddha Bowl is currently one of the trendiest meals when it comes to a healthy and balanced diet. In this post I will show you my variant of a green Buddha Bowl with many delicious and balanced ingredients.
When people talk about a Buddha Bowl, they usually mean a so-called bowl (deep bowl) that is filled with carbohydrates, proteins, fruits and vegetables to make a balanced and sustainable meal. The basic ingredients of this bowl are mostly gluten-free carbohydrates such as potatoes or rice, vegetarian proteins such as tofu or chickpeas, vegetables in all shapes and healthy sauces and dips. In total there are dozens of different variations of these bowls. The nice thing about these dishes is that there are absolutely no limits to your own creativity and appetite. The only thing that matters is the balanced distribution of all nutrients.
Mainly green foods are used for my Green Buddha Bowl. As a basis, you need a serving of bulgur as well as baby spinach, avocado, edamame, grapes and chickpeas. The whole bowl is topped with a good portion of my homemade one Hummus . As always, you can find out the exact recipe at the end of this article.
Nutritional information per Buddha Bowl
Calories: 381 – Protein: 16g – Fat: 15g – Carbs: 45g
Green Buddha Bowl
- 50g bulgur
- 75g water
- 20g baby spinach
- 30g edamame
- 30g grapes
- 10g parmesan
- 30g avocado
- 15g hummus
- 20g chickpeas
- Step 1 Boil the bulgur briefly in salted water and then let it swell for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, heat the edamame also in salted water and grate the Parmesan
- Step 2 Drain the bulgur and let cool briefly. Cut the avocado into fine strips and wash the spinach and grapes.
- Step 3 Drain the edamame. Then arrange the bulgur with the remaining ingredients in a bowl and sprinkle with Parmesan.