Transport yourself to a tropical island with this A Touch of the Tropics Rice Bowl!
I’m so excited to be sharing this A Touch of the Tropics Rice Bowl recipe as part of a blog tour celebrating the new cookbook The High-Protein Vegan by Ginny Kay McMeans.
But where do you get your protein?
Probably the most common question that vegans get is where do you get your protein? If someone asks you that, you can simply show them The High-Protein Vegan cookbook! This cookbook makes getting your plant-based protein even easier!
The cookbook has 125 protein-packed plant-based recipes that you are just going to love.
There is even a guide on the top vegan protein sources at the beginning of the book.
Rice is a huge part of my diet, but I usually just have it as a side dish; never in a bowl. I really like the rice of using rice as the base for a bowl. This A Touch of the Tropics Rice Bowl combines many of my favorite foods: rice, pineapple, sweet potatoes, and cashews!
A Touch of the Tropics Rice Bowl starts by adding cooked jasmine rice to a bowl. The rice is topped with fresh pineapple, cashews, roasted sweet potatoes, and hemp seeds.
I would love never thought to top the bowl with hemp seeds! Such a creative way to add nutrients.
My favorite part of this recipe was the sweet and sour sauce. I haven’t had sweet and sour sauce in a very long, which is a shame because I really love it. The sauce is so easy to make and I love that it uses pantry staples. The fresh pineapple really takes this sauce to the next level!
The rice bowl gets topped with the delicious sweet and sour sauce. This sauces really brings this rice bowl together. This rice bowl is going to become a staple. It is easy to make and so flavorful!
You’ll definitely feel like you are on a tropical vacation while enjoying this Touch of the Tropics Rice Bowl.
You can preorder your copy now! The cookbook will be released on January 22nd! The recipe has been reprinted with permission from the publisher.
Sweet and Sour Sauce
Sweet and Sour Sauce
I did receive a copy of the cookbook to review, but as always all thoughts and opinions are my own.
The recipe has been reprinted with permission from the publisher.
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