Veggie Rainbow Bowls
by Collette White | 4 July, 2018
Good Afternoon friends, I hope this finds you all well and staying warm these Winter days. We are all well here, Winter in Tasmania is certainly being kind to us at the moment, it’s beautiful. It feels SO long since I have said HI here and posted a recipe. My Computer died and was out of action for almost two months but all is well now and I plan to bombard you with a few recipes I have been working on and can not wait to share over the next few weeks. This recipe for “Veggie Rainbow Bowls” is super popular here, hubby loves the flavours and the chilli, the kids love the colours and don’t complain with all the vegetables and I love that it is so easy to make – it’s perfect for entertaining too, with my Belling Oven I can do several trays to cook at a time and serve a crowd! I hope you enjoy these as much as we do!
1 red capsicum – cut into thin strips
10 cherry tomatoes – halved
6 brussel sprouts – halved
1 spanish onion – cut into eighths
2 zucchini – cut into 1cm rounds
10 button mushroons – halved
¼ purple cabbage – roughly shredded
1 head broccoli roughly cut
1 tin chickpeas – drained and washed well
2 tblspns oil of choice
1 tspn cumin powder
3 cloves garlic – crushed or finely diced
good pinch salt and pepper
½ cup tamari (wheat free soy sauce)
4 good sprigs parsley – roughly chopped
1 long red chilli – roughly sliced
brown rice to serve
Line two large baking trays with baking paper and preheat oven to 180c.
Prepare all the vegetables and chickpeas. On the prepared trays, lay all the vegetables and chickpeas down, as evenly as possible.
Drizzle with oil, cumin, garlic, salt and pepper.
Cook in oven for 15 minutes, turn vegetables and cook for a further 15 minutes.
Meanwhile cook brown rice and prepare the sauce.
To make the sauce simply add the tamari, parsley and chilli and mix well.
Put brown rice in the bowl first and top with vegetables and chickpeas. Drizzle with tamari sauce or serve the sauce in individual bowls.
Serves 2a 4c
If you would like more protein in this meal, you could add a soft boiled or sunny side up egg to the top.
Wishing you a truly wonderful week ahead! I look forward to connecting with you more again soon.
Take Care of You,
“If your household is anything like mine, afternoons and evenings can be chaotic with after school sports, homework and extra curricular activities. At the end of a long day the last thing I feel like doing is cooking, yet I know my family need to be fed!”
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“As a Mum of four, I understand what it is like to juggle fulltime work and being a fulltime Mum, whilst wanting to provide a healthy and tasty lunch box for my children that is not going to get sent home without being eaten or have me slaving in the kitchen for hours.”
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