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I fell in love with a Poké Bowl! No matter in which combination, these bowls are just incredibly tasty and super balanced. In this post, I’ll show you how you can prepare a super delicious and balanced Poké Bowl in just a few minutes.
I chose a balanced mix of nutrients for my Poké Bowl. Salmon for the proteins, wild rice for the carbs and avocado for the fats. There are also low-calorie cucumbers, carrots and edamame as well as a refreshing peanut-lime dressing with a dash of soy sauce. The composition of nutrient-rich ingredients is very typical for this bowl. This creates a true superfood bowl that everyone likes.
By the way, you can also use my Poké Bowl as a meal prep. Simply mix all the ingredients in a bowl and eat them cold at work the next day. If you feel like it, you can even vary the ingredients and thus ensure variety and a balanced diet every day. If you’ve got a taste for it, I can give you mine too Sushi bowl recommend.
Nutritional information per serving:
Calories: 527 – Protein: 22g – Fat: 21g – Carbs: 61g
Poké Bowl with wild rice salad mix and salmon
- 150g wild rice, cooked
- 15g salad mix
- 25g grated carrots
- 50g cucumber
- 35g edamame
- 35g avocado hummus
- 5g fried onions
- 5g chia seeds
- 50g salmon
- For the sauce:
- juice 1 lime
- 10g linseed oil
- 20g peanut butter
- 10g agave syrup
- 1 tsp. soy sauce
- Step 1 Cook the wild rice according to package instructions until al dente. Then drain and rinse with cold water. For the sauce, stir all ingredients together.
- Step 2 Meanwhile, finely dice the salmon, peel and grate the carrots, dice the cucumber and prepare edamame, avocado hummus, fried onions and charisms.
For the base, mix rice and lettuce and pour into a bowl. Then top with all the ingredients and drizzle with the sauce.