Bowls: Vibrant Recipes with Endless Possibilities

February 18, 2020 - Comment

A healthy, customizable way to cook every day with 75 complete bowl recipes and mix-and-match bases, toppings, and sauces Want to cook healthier low-stress dinners, improve your lunch game, and find meals that can be prepped mostly in advance? Bowls are for you! The beauty of building a meal in a bowl is its versatility,

A healthy, customizable way to cook every day with 75 complete bowl recipes and mix-and-match bases, toppings, and sauces

Want to cook healthier low-stress dinners, improve your lunch game, and find meals that can be prepped mostly in advance? Bowls are for you! The beauty of building a meal in a bowl is its versatility, and this book helps you compose 75 interesting bowls that incorporate a multitude of flavors and textures, from a Harvest Bowl to a Pork Mojo Quinoa Bowl, all while streamlining prep work to keep them casual and fun. Where to start? Choose your base–we’ve got chapters based on grains, noodles, greens, and broths–and then peruse options as diverse as Seared Tuna Poke Bowl, Green Fried Rice Bowl, Indian-Spiced Chicken Zoodle Bowl, and Vietnamese Beef Pho. Components within recipes are frequently interchangeable, so if you’ve got pre-cooked grains on hand, or a rotisserie chicken, you can easily swap these foods in. (Lunch tip: Most bowl components can also be made the day before and transported.)

Feel like improvising? Turn to our Bowl Basics section which offers 100 components, from Quinoa Pilaf to Quick Pickled Carrot Ribbons. Our vibrant Beet Tzatziki sauce or crunchy Savory Seed Brittle might be just the ticket to transform your bowl improvisation into something special, and everything can be made in advance and stored. Looking to eat vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free? You’ll find plenty of options here, plus full nutritional information for every recipe.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Bowls done by America’s Test Kitchen Great book. We already have in our small town, two bowl restaurants and though I LOVE Poke Bowls and Playa Bowls (health bowls with smoothie type ingredients), it’s really expensive to eat there regularly. So what’s next best (or even better) are your own and here are recipes by America’s Test Kitchen so they are well crafted recipes that have been put together with skill and thought.So what kind of bowls? First, I looked for Poke, which are a specialty of Hawaii and the one time I…

Anonymous says:

Not that impressed I might be old fashion but gone is the day of recipes that contain American Ingredients. I don’t see why we need to put all these foreign ingredients, that is not only foreign to me, but I am sure other cooks. These recipes are not some thing that my family would eat. I see this issue in many new cook books, so the books usually go back.

Anonymous says:

Rocks! This cookbook rocks! ATK produces excellent books, but this one is truly outstanding. It is produced and published thoughtfully and lovingly, well bound, good quality paper, lies flat. Each recipe is accompanied by a gloriously colorful and inspirational photo. There are a lot of recipes and photos. Even before looking at the written recipe you can tell what it contains just by looking at the photo. The recipes are legible, clearly outlined, seem to strike a balance in terms of the number of…

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