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Beet Buddha Bowl with Tahini Lemon Dressing

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Beet Buddha Bowl with Tahini Lemon Dressing
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Serves
1
1
Level
Level
Easy
Easy
Ingredients
Ingreds.
14
14
Total
Total
10mins
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Print Recipe
Beet Buddha Bowl with Tahini Lemon Dressing
Serves
Serves
1
1
Level
Level
Easy
Easy
Ingredients
Ingreds.
14
14
Total
Total
10mins
10mins
What is a Buddha bowl? There are a lot of speculations about the origin of these delightful bowls, but the term is commonly used because of the bowl's appearance. Packed full of greens, raw or roasted veggies, grains (like brown rice or quinoa), beans/legumes, and/or tofu, Buddha bowls have a "rounded belly" appearance on the top, like the belly of Buddha (urban dictionary). These bowls are often made with simple, pure, nutrient-dense foods promoting a healthy body, mind, and spirit.
What is a Buddha bowl? There are a lot of speculations about the origin of these delightful bowls, but the term is commonly used because of the bowl's appearance. Packed full of greens, raw or roasted veggies, grains (like brown rice or quinoa), beans/legumes, and/or tofu, Buddha bowls have a "rounded belly" appearance on the top, like the belly of Buddha (urban dictionary). These bowls are often made with simple, pure, nutrient-dense foods promoting a healthy body, mind, and spirit.
Ingredients
for the salad
for the dressing
Servings: serving
Units:
Directions
Prep
10 mins
Total
10 mins
  1. Rinse all veggies and chop according to size preference.
  2. Arrange greens and/or grains on bottom or center.
  3. Top with your favorite veggies, legumes, tofu, and toppings.
  4. For dressing, blend all ingredients in a food processor or high-speed blender.
  5. Dressing will keep for several days in refrigerator. If oil hardens in refrigerator, let dressing sit at room temperature until oil becomes liquid. Enjoy!
Nutritional Information (per serving)
Calories: Fat: Carbs: Protein:

Optional Ingredients:

1/2 cup quinoa, brown rice, or lentils; tofu (steamed, baked, or raw); a variety of veggies (squash, sweet potato, carrots, peas, broccoli, zucchini, or jicama); and nuts or seeds as toppings

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