This Mediterranean Buddha Bowl Meal Prep recipe includes a fragrant bulgur pilaf with pistachios and raisins, smoky roasted eggplant, steamed kale, blistered red peppers, zucchini, tomatoes, chickpeas, and a zesty tahini dressing. This simple 3-step Mediterranean buddha bowl is bursting with colorful vegetables, healthyÂ proteins and fats, and filling whole grains! I love finding new ways to use lots of fresh veggies, especially from the garden this time of year. You will love making a Mediterranean Buddha Bowl using healthy ingredients like brown rice, hummus, Greek yogurt, feta cheese, chickpeas, roasted vegetables and greens. For me summer is all about fast, healthy and light meals. Kelsey Sheahan. The name is catchy, but really what is a buddha bowl? Hi friends! It’s a buffet of nourishing Mediterranean goodness. I am so loving the flexible, tasty, nutritious meal concept that is the Buddha Bowl. My Mediterranean Buddha Bowl recipe just might be your new go-to summer meal. These buddha bowls are customizable and perfect for lunches or dinners for your family! This dish got its name because it isÂ overstuffed with healthy foods, which resemblesÂ a “round belly” look. Mediterranean Buddha Bowl. VEGGIE MEDITERRANEAN BUDDHA BOWL . *Nutrition information is a rough estimate calculated with tahini sauce, ~4 falafel per serving, ~1/4 cup hummus per serving, ~6 olives per serving, and without chili garlic sauce or garlic dill sauce. Plants in “Mediterranean” cuisine When we want something super healthy, with tons of fresh veggies, this is our go to lunch or dinner. MEDITERRANEAN BUDDAH BOWL. You will love making a Mediterranean Buddha Bowl using healthy ingredients like brown rice, hummus, Greek yogurt, feta cheese, chickpeas, roasted vegetables and greens. September 22, 2020. Roasted chickpeas 1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil 1 can chickpeas drained, rinsed, and dried, skins discarded 1/4 teaspoon dried basil 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder Salt and freshly ground black pepper. *You can learn about the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern origins of the ingredients used in this bowl here: falafel, hummus, tahini, and tabbouleh. It provides such a great switch up from our typical dinner’s. I eat a lot of buddha bowls in my house. Quinoa ½ cup uncooked quinoa rinsed 1 cup water. These buddha bowls are customizable and perfect for lunches or dinners for your family!