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Bowl Food

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Over 75 recipes for satisfying smoothie bowls, salads, soups, noodles, stews and more

How comforting is a bowl of food? There is just something soothing about it. Like being a child on a cold winters day when Grandma made some hot home made soup. Or waking to a warm bowl of oatmeal or grits before school. “Bowl Food”, from Ryland Peters and Small, gives the reader over 75 ways to give that same feeling to your family. The recipes included in this book go past your normal thoughts on bowl food. This collection contains breakfasts, salads, soups, veggies, curries and more. some of my favorite dishes include smoked aubergine/eggplant and red pepper salad, Shrimp, pea and pea shoot soup, Soft polenta with yogurt and sesame seeds, and Heirloom tomato and griddled feta on orzo with lemon dressing.

Chapters Include:

  • Fabulous Fruits
  • Punchy Pulses, Grains and Seeds
  • Vibrant Vegetables
  • Mighty Meat and Poultry
  • Fresh Fish and Seafood

Description:

Who doesn’t love eating from a bowl? Cupped in hand with a spoon, fork or chopsticks at the ready there is something indulgent and comforting about enjoying your meal straight from a bowl.
Included are an array of meals that can be prepared in no time, from fresh fruit smoothie bowls to simple summer salad bowls; quick cold sushi bowls to warming bowlfuls of broth, you’ll have plenty of ideas for hearty and wholesome noodle, rice, and grain bowls to enjoy at home. There’s no cutting or slicing to do, no need to sit at the table, just enjoy a hearty and delicious bowlful.
Balancing ingredients is key to creating satisfying and exciting bowl food so whether it’s blending up your favorite smoothie fruits and topping them with added sliced ingredients, berries and granola, or layering up the perfect brown rice curry bowl and topping it with a soft-poached egg and a sprinkling of seeds, this book will show you how to fill your bowl with the right tastes and textures every time. Starting with an introduction to Balancing Your Bowl, recipes are then organized by key ingredient, including Matcha Tea, Banana and Sesame, and Mexican horchata smoothie bowls, Tropical Spice, Breakfast “Shake”, Berry Good, Moroccan Harira Soup, Go Green Sushi Bowl, Hawaiian Poke Tuna Bowls with Quinoa and Crispy Ginger, Citrus Broth with Chile and Ginger Shrimp, California Sashimi Bowls with Sticky Rice, Saffron Shrimp with Barley Pilaf, Oven-roasted Romanesco Cauliflower and Carrots with Labne, Slow Roast Pork Noodle Broth, Assam Laksa, Gorgeous Green Soup, Black-eyed Beans in Coconut Milk, Sweet and Sour Chicken and Sweet Summer Squash bowls. This collection of recipes for over 75 ways to fill your bowl is sure to fill you up.

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I was not a paid for my opinion; however, I may have been given a free product for review. Thanks to all of my sponsors and their parent companies for their support in this review.

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