Per 511 g contains
- Energy 457 kcal / 1918 kj 22% 22%
- Fat 16 g 22% 22%
- Saturates 2.6 g 13% 13%
- Sugar 8.8 g 9% 9%
- Salt 1.1 g 18% 18%
A Perfectly Balanced Bowl Of Goodness.
By: Rowanna Watson
A fresh take on the common taco, this salad bowl is extremely nutritious and will fill you up for the whole day. This recipe has no nuts, dairy, gluten. It’s simple and super delicious!
- Rice 250g
- Romaine lettuce 140g
- Tofu 280g
- Corn, tinned 200g
- Cucumber 300ml
- Cherry tomato 180g
- 1 avocado 140g
- Chickpeas (tinned weight) 50g
FOR TOFU AND CHICKPEA MARINADE
Soy sauce 20g
- Ginger, fresh 15g
- Liquid smoke 30g
Preheat the oven to 200°C (fan). Then cook the rice in a medium pan while preparing the other ingredients.
Add the lentils, water, garlic and onion to a pot and simmer for 45 minutes, or until the lentils are soft.
Finely grate the ginger.
Add the ginger and the marinade ingredients to a small bowl and mix with a fork.
Place the tofu cubes on a baking tray so that they all have their own space; then pour half of the marinade sauce over the tofu cubes on the tray.
Place the tray of tofu into the middle of the oven for 15 minutes or until the cubes have turned golden.
Drain out any water from the chickpeas; then add them to a frying pan and pour the remaining marinade over the chickpeas.
Warm the chickpeas on a low heat for 10 minutes; stir every few minutes.
Wash and chop the romaine.
Create a bed of romaine in each of the four bowls.
Wash the cucumber and cut into 1 cm strips; then dice the strips into 1 cm square cubes.
Cut the cherry tomatoes into quarters.
Add the rice, spicy chickpeas, tomatoes, cucumber and corn to the bowl, in segments like in the picture.
Halve the avocado; remove the pit; slice, and then scoop out the insides with a spoon.
Add the tofu and avocado to the bowl to finish off; then serve.
Serving Size 511g
- Amount Per Serving
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 16g25%
- Saturated Fat 2.6g13%
- Total Carbohydrate 51g17%
- Dietary Fiber 12g48%
- Sugars 8.8g
- Protein 20g40%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
- Iron, which plays a role in red blood cell development.
- Selenium, which is important for fertility and immune health.
- Folic acid – for cell development and fetal development.
What Its Good For
Who Made This?
“Hey, I’m Rowanna – certified holistic health coach and best selling author. Born and living in Scotland, UK with my husband and 3 children (all vegan). I write evidence-based health content for several multi-million dollar companies. Focusing on natural, kind ways to optimize health and wellbeing for my international clients. I also write recipes, books and courses that will inspire you to live a life filled with energy and joy.“
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