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Detox Buddha Bowl with Spicy Chickpea and Cumin Cashew Sauce - Sometim...

Detox Buddha Bowl with Spicy Chickpea and Cumin Cashew Sauce - Sometim...



Detox Buddha Bowl with Spicy Chickpea and Cumin Cashew Sauce - Sometimes you just need a good intestine and this is the Buda container! The spicy chickpea and creamy cumin are full of antioxidants in the colorful salad, which are perfectly matched with the cashew sauce. This salad bowl is gluten-free and vegan.

The red cabbage mixed with cabbage, carrots and red onion are just not good ingredients for the crispy crunch ut but still make a match made with healthy spicy chickpeas go delectable and drizzled with creamy milk-free cumin cashew sauce!

Spring has arrived and although we have cold weather in New Zealand, the weather was surprisingly beautiful over the past few days. I was eager to go back to the salad, but the weather still stood a little. But this weekend I decided to celebrate the sunshine and spring with a colorful salad, whether it be cool or not.

The chickpea and cumin cashew sauce gives this salad plenty of protein, which fills you well and then you don't get hungry. You can make these chickpeas as spicy or soft as you want by adjusting the amount of red pepper, you can adjust the cashew sauce to be as fluent as you want by adding more water.

Master H likes purple cabbage too, I think because of its beautiful color and congestion! It is a small amount of food from this salad mixed with delicious cashew sauce, but if the salad is not in the air of eating - it is not always the babies that confront it, then I use the chopped vegetables for the salad in another way.

I'm going to add them to a whipped egg and make a little vegetable pie. No need to cook extra, it always wins! For my mother salad and her vegetable pies.

If you're wondering why I call this recipe as a bowl of detox, I've given you some nutritional information below, if it's not your car, please skip it here and read the recipe!

If you want to have a spring detox, because they both have excellent live detoxification properties and are full of antioxidants, labyrinth vegetables, red cabbage and cabbage, this is a great salad.

Modest red cabbage is such a nourishing vegetable; It has 6-8 times more antioxidant activity than green cabbages, it is full of nutrients and also high in an amino acid called glutamine. Glutamine is great for many things, but biggie, which is popular in natural health care, supports the healing of the digestive membrane.

This Buda container also contains turmeric for the liver mixed with red onions and garlic (in cashew sauce) and additionally from chickpeas, which are naturally high in sulfur, which is naturally excellent for supporting high levels of liver detoxification.

Add the cashew nuts and lukewarm water to cover them in a bowl, cover the bowl and wait 15 minutes for the salad to rest.

Add coconut oil to the pan and melt. Add chickpeas, turmeric, red pepper, cumin and salt. Cover the spices with chickpeas. Cook the chickpeas for 5 minutes until golden brown.

Add the slicer to your kitchen robot and add cabbage, cabbage and then red onion until thinly sliced. Grate the carrots. If you don't have a kitchen robot, chop it by hand.

Pour off and rinse the cashew nuts and add the olive oil, lemon juice, water, cumin powder, red pepper, salt and pepper to the mixer. Blitz up smooth and creamy. Adjust the flavor and water to reach the desired thickness.

Hope is a New Zealand-based Registered Naturopath, founded and founded by Naturopath in Purely Health, a busy natural health clinic located in central Auckland, for 5 years. Hope has worked in the natural health sector for 11 years. He has worked with many clients who have experienced digestive disorders, hormone and autoimmune disorders, food intolerances and food allergies. Umut created Love Food Nourish, so he could share his love for cooking and nutrition, and was an inspiration for those looking for gluten-free and allergic recipes.

8 Reviews

September 15, 2016 at 11:15 am

I totally love this bowl and I don't get enough of them, thank you so much for sharing it. I can't believe it's in New Zealand and I found my blog and I've been able to visit you from all over the world :)

All the best,

Kimberly

Hope Pear

15 September 2016, 09:59

Hi, Kimberly, yeah Buddha Bowls is a wonder? This is always a bonus, which is very quick and easy! Thank you very much for your nice review and thanks. I know right - it's great to be able to look at other people's recipes on the other side of the world!

Thank you so much

Hope x



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