I had a taste for a light meal since Babygirl is not feeling 100% so this healthy delicious power bowl dinner is what was on the menu. Quinoa has been a staple in our house and I had to add it in this power bowl recipe.
One thing I am learning as a foodie is that simple is better. However, colors bring so much happiness to my eyesight and taste buds that I wanted to reflect as much vibrance in this power bowl dinner as possible. In my home country of Cote D’Ivoire, boiled eggs are a great addition to salads so I decided to incorporate home in a bowl.
We haven’t had fish this week so I added some baked salmon to the power bowl dinner for extra protein. Baked salmon is so easy to make that in less than thirty minutes, the complete power bowl dinner was ready. That’s a formula for a mom win!
- 1 whole salmon fillet
- LadyNOD GPS (Garlic Powder, Black Pepper and Sea Salt)
- 1 tsp Turmeric
- 1/4 cup Whole Foods German Mustard
- 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
Season salmon with LadyNOD GPS and turmeric. In a separate bowl, mix together olive oil and mustard. Top the salmon with the mixture and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
Power Bowl Dinner
- 3 boiled Eggs
- 1 cup chopped kale
- 1 cup arugula
- 4 firm Roma Tomatoes, cut in quarters
- 1 cup cooked rainbow quinoa
- 2 large carrots, grated
- pieces of baked salmon
Arrange all the ingredients in a bowl however you like and Voila! Bon Appetit!
We enjoyed the power bowl dinner so much that we can’t wait to have it for lunch tomorrow. Is it just me or food tastes even yummier the next day? For my vegetarian or vegan readers, in place of the boiled eggs and baked salmon you can add some sauteed tofu, garbanzo beans or any other plant power protein selection for a yummy power bowl dinner.
Here’s to tasty Thursday and Bisous!