Fill up your bowls with veggies, protein, greens with a vibrant and totally vegan Buddha bowl recipe. But before we look at the recipe, you must be thinking what a Buddha Bowl is! It is essentially an ideal vegan dish, consisting of whole grains, plant proteins and vegetables, there is no fixed recipe really you can swap out ingredients of your likings or make use of whatever you have on hand. The term Buddha bowl was coined by Martha Stewart, it was inspired by the Buddhist monks who walk around with their bowls to be filled with whatever people give them. Buddha himself used to do the same and the monks follow his example. So apart from being so vibrant and gorgeous, a Buddha bowl is a complete and balanced meal, one that continues to be exciting for the eaters. And that’s why you should make this dish at home. It is a one-dish meal, and is considered as clean eating, thus a great option for a detox after a holiday or for those who would like to lose some healthy weight, since it is an ideal way to eat and has the potential to lower the risk of chronic diseases.
Now that you’re in the know, you can follow recipe of a Buddha bowl and make your own at home. The recipe is called Sesame Buddha Bowl, its completely vegan but as mentioned earlier you can always swap ingredients if you want, with either chicken or meat.
The things you need is olive oil, red onion sliced in wedges, sweet potatoes, handful of roughly chopped kale, (with their large stems removed), mixed seeds and the best ingredient that brings the whole dish together, MamaLan’s .
The cooking instructions are very straightforward, the sweet potatoes and red onions are to be coated in olive oil and baked for 20 minutes. Next you bake the kale leaves and while that bake, take that time to season the chickpeas and heat them up in a pan until they start to brown. Place the cooked ingredients in a bowl and serve it with to enhance the taste of the dish. For a more detailed recipe visit and make yourself this nourishing bowl that is healthy and delicious.