Super Grain Burrito Bowl
Last updated: February 2023
This recipe is for you if you want to enjoy a flavorful meal! This super grain burrito bowl recipe contains colorful ingredients, each with antioxidants and phytonutrients to promote health. Balance your blood sugars with this well-balanced bowl.
Adding more plant-based foods to your daily meals means you're eating foods that offer protective benefits against cardiovascular disease, cancer, hypertension, and other illnesses.
Use this recipe as a side dish or pair it with your favorite lean protein to help reach your health potential, one tasty bite at a time.
Makes 2 servings
Serving Size: ½ mixture
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 35 minutes
Ingredients for super grain burrito bowl
- ½ cup cooked farro
- ¾ cup curly kale
- ½ cup red cabbage
- 1 lime
- ¼ cup sweet corn
- ½ medium avocado
- 1 small plum tomato
- 1 clove of garlic, minced
- ½ cup canned black beans, rinsed
- ¼ cup water or veggie stock
- ½ tsp cumin
- ½ tsp cayenne
- 1 tsp olive oil
- 1 tbsp fresh cilantro leaves
- 1 tbsp low-fat plain Greek yogurt
- Salt to taste
- Ground pepper to taste
Directions for super grain burrito bowl
- Cook farro according to package instructions. Set aside to cool.
- While farro is cooking, chop the kale, cabbage, and tomatoes. Slice the avocado. Set aside.
- In an oiled pot on medium heat, add minced garlic and spices. Sauté for 1 minute. Add beans and mix until fully incorporated.
- Add stock or water and half of the lime juice. Allow to simmer for 15 minutes on low heat. Set aside.
- Optional: sauté corn, frequently stirring, in a dry pan for 2 minutes on medium heat.
- In a medium bowl, assemble the ingredients. Top with fresh cilantro, a dollop of yogurt, and the remainder of the lime juice.
- Serve and enjoy!
Scroll down to see the nutrition facts for this recipe!
- calories: 227
- carbohydrate: 34g
- fat: 8g
- fiber: 10g
- potassium: 525mg
- protein: 9g
- sodium: 111mg
- sugar: 4g
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