vegan buddha bowl
Did you already know that bbb's Anna van Neerven (bbb marketing) eats vegan? She also participates in this challenge and likes to share her protein-rich vegan buddha bowl with you!
Buddha bowls are very trendy at the moment. It's a bowl filled with cereals, vegetables and proteins to give your body an energy boost. To get enough protein, Anna varies with beans and legumes. She used black beans in this buddha bowl. Per 100 grams there are 9 grams of protein in black beans. Regarding vegetables you can vary in this recipe, try to use mainly seasonal vegetables, these are easier to find and also cheaper! Do you want to know more about proteins? Then read about our tool powerful & nutritious.
What you need (for 1 person)
✦ 75 grams of red whole grain rice
✦ 1 small sweet potato
✦1 hand of black beans (from can)
✦ 1/4 cauliflower
✦ 1/4 red cabbage
✦ 2 hands of fresh spinach
✦ 2 tsp ras el hanout herbs
How you make it
Boil the rice according to the packaging. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees and place baking paper on the oven dish. Then cut the sweet potato and the cauliflower into pieces / florets. Place the potatoes and cauliflower pieces / florets on the baking sheet and mix them with the ras el hanout herbs. Slide the baking sheet into the oven for about 15/20 minutes. In between, however, turn them around. Cut the red cabbage into pieces and you can choose to do them raw in the buddha bowl or steaming / boiling.
When the rice and vegetables are ready from the oven, grab a large bowl. Put the spinach in the bottom, on top of that the rice, the black beans and the vegetables. You can also choose to make a double portion, then you have a delicious lunch for tomorrow.