Vegan rice bowl packed with protein

This rice bowl incorporates a rich inclusion of nutrients that help with muscle repair and immune function. It is a perfectly complete meal for the vegan or vegetarian. The edamame and tofu pack in the protein in this meal. And the Bok Choy and Bunapi mushrooms add the antioxidants and vitamins C and B which help boost the immune system. The red and brown rice mix further power this bowl with essential minerals and fiber as well. If you can’t find bunapi mushrooms then try this recipe with enoki mushrooms instead. I have used miso and brown rice vinegar to give it an umami taste. You can make it more spicy and if you want to give it a kick try adding fresh thai chillies.

Serves : 4

Ingredients :

  1. 1 cup shelled cooked edamame
  2. 1 cup diced hard pressed non-gmo tofu
  3. 4 cups bok choy chopped
  4. 2 cups white beech bunapi mushrooms or enoki mushrooms
  5. 1/2 cup fine green beans
  6. 1 cup brown and red rice
  7. 3 garlic pods minced
  8. 1 tbsp minced ginger
  9. 1 long red chilli pepper
  10. 2 tbsp sesame seed oil
  11. Pinch of cracked black pepper
  12. Pinch of dry red chilli pepper
  13. 1 tsp pink himalayan salt
  14. 1 tsp miso paste
  15. 1 tbsp water
  16. 2 tbsp brown rice vinegar
Prep for the rice bowl

Method :

  1. Chop the bok choy and beans
  2. Boil water in a saucepan put in a tsp of salt and throw in the bok choy and green beans to blanch and remove and strain
  3. Mince the ginger and garlic
  4. Slice the red chilli pepper in circles
  5. Dice the tofu and put aside
  6. Cook the rice
  7. Heat oil in a pan and brown the ginger and garlic
  8. Add the dry red chilli pepper, black pepper and salt
  9. Sauté the mushrooms, tofu, fresh red chilli pepper
  10. Add in the bok choy, beans and edamame
  11. Add in the cooked rice
  12. In a cup add the miso paste, 1 tbsp water, brown rice vinegar and pour over the rice and gently turn the rice over a couple of times and serve!

Author: Healthybalance

I am a certified integrative nutrition health coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. I run workshops on wellness and work with clients individually. My coaching involves enabling clients to address the root cause of any imbalances in their lives and to empower them to become advocates for themselves so that they can make long-term changes that lead to their optimum health and wellness. The work of an integrative nutrition health coach is to help clients understand the synergy that exists between the primary areas in ones life like sleep, exercise, satisfaction in our relationships, career and other such domains and the food we eat. I work with young adults ages 12 and above and women, mostly pertaining to weight loss, gut issues, and hormonal imbalances.

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