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Pearl barley buddha bowl with creamy avocado dressing 2020 © Annabelle Randles | The Flexitarian

Pearl Barley Buddha Bowl with Creamy Avocado Dressing [vegetarian]

This Pearl Barley Buddha Bowl with Creamy Avocado Dressing is the ultimate healthy lunch. Purple sprouting broccoli, pepper, black-eyed beans, and eggs are served on a bed of pearl barley and garnished with capers and crunchy pumpkin seeds. Dressed with a creamy avocado dressing, this is a tasty and filling lunch that you can enjoy at home or on-the-go.

Depending on how runny you like the yolk you can boil the eggs for 6-8 minutes. For a vegan option, you can, of course, swap the eggs for more black-eyed peas and vegetables.

This recipe can be adapted to suit any leftover grains you might have such as quinoa, rice, couscous, bulghur, etc… and can be enjoyed throughout the year by replacing purple sprouting broccoli by seasonal vegetables.

Bursting with healthy fats, the creamy avocado dressing is a nice alternative to a vinaigrette and the lemon juice will help preserve it from oxidation for a couple of days.

An ideal option for work lunch boxes, you can prepare this pearl barley buddha bowl the day before and keep it overnight in an airtight container.

If you need additional seasonal inspiration, why not check out my Winter Buddha Bowl or this Rainbow Quinoa Buddha Bowl with Ginger Tahini Dressing.

Our rescue hens have been providing us with extra fresh eggs, with beautiful deep yellow yolks. It has been such a treat to be able to enjoy them in dishes like this one.

 

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These three have set out to destroy our garden it seems 😂 but they are worth it! I am yet to catch one of their mud baths on video. They just love them.. So funny ! 🐔You might remember from my stories a few months ago when we adopted these 3 rescue ex-bat hens which were considered at the end of their commercial lives and destined to be killed. 🐔You might not recognise them though, as they arrive with no to little feathers (due to the appalling welfare standards they were kept in. I used to believe that British welfare standards must be ok… how wrong was I!) 🐔It has been a big learning curve for us , but they have grown stronger and more confident… and yes they now have beautiful feathers, love getting dirty in the mud and are generally great fun (in spite of being very messy). More on the blog soon… 🐔🐔 #rescue #hen #exbat #animalwelfare #flexitarian #hensofinstagram #chickens #chickensofinstagram #backyardchickens #love #poultry

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Pearl barley buddha bowl with creamy avocado dressing 2020 © Annabelle Randles | The Flexitarian
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