JUDAH BOWL

Judah bowls are meals composed of a an array of colorful vegetables and rice (or quinoa), and traditionally served in oversized bowls. Each time I make a Judah bowl, it's always different from any other bowl previously made. I typically construct my Judah meals based upon what I have a taste for at that moment. In short, there's no one way, nor right or wrong way to make a Judah bowl. In fact, I usually forgo the bowl and plate mines on a medium size square white plate.

Below are two examples of Judah bowls/plates that I made. One is completely vegan (dairy-free) while the other has regular cheese and regular sour cream, as toppings.

Have fun & enjoy!

Ingredients

Spanish or wild rice (quinoa can be used also)

black beans

garbanzo beans

vegetarian refried beans

fired roasted corn or southwestern corn

vined tomatoes

cucumber (with the skin on)

red pepper

yellow pepper

green onion

cilantro

pico de gallo

guacamole

cheese

sour cream

Other options:

sweet potatoes

broccoli

avocado

eggplant

carrots

sprouts

lime juice

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