Dragon Bowl Recipe

As a nutritionist, I love the Dragon Bowl because it contains all the necessary ingredients to provide sustained energy. It contains a source of carbohydrates for the energy (quinoa, brown rice, millet and barley) and proteins to help us maintain that energy (tofu, tempeh, edamame and legume). Healthy fats are also added such as avocado, olive oil, nuts and grains. These bowls look appetizing thanks to the large quantity of colourful vegetables like spinach, carrots, bell peppers and beets.

To inspire you, I suggest you watch my short Dragon Bowl video.
Here is the list of ingredients and nutritional values.

Dragon Bowl recipe

For 2 servings


1 ½ cup cooked quinoa
(cooked in vegetable broth – no salt added)
210g smoked tofu
1 cup red cabbage
½ red bell pepper
1 cup peas microgreens
½ avocado


 1 tbsp. nutritional yeast
2 tsp. olive oil
1 tsp. maple syrup
1 tsp. soy sauce, reduced sodium
1 tsp. vegetable broth, no salt added
1 tsp. tahini
1 small garlic clove (or less)

Nutritional values, per serving:
Calories 427kcal, Carbs 43g, Fiber 8g, Fat 19g, Protein 27g

Alyssa Fontaine

Nutrition supervisor at Nautilus Plus, member of the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec and holder of a bachelor’s degree from McGill University, Alyssa joined the Nautilus Plus team in January 2014. She developed an interest in healthy nutrition at a very young age, inspired by her grandmother’s large vegetable garden and her iron health still going strong at over 90 years of age. Proper nutrition and an active lifestyle are the secrets to a long life. An avid outdoor enthusiast, Alyssa exercises regularly and shares her tips to living a balanced lifestyle acknowledging that she does have a sweet tooth. She is the proud spokesperson for the «Zero Diet» brand and she is being followed more and more on social networks. You can follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

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