These are very versatile and customizable. You can use raw, roasted, sauteed, grilled, and/or steamed vegetables. They’re a great way to use vegetables that you’ve already prepared and are perfect for using up any leftovers you have in your refrigerator.



1 tbsp of your favorite Sasya dip*

A leafy green vegetable- spinach, kale, arugula, mixed greens, etc.

A grain- brown rice, quinoa, farro, pasta, etc.

Assorted vegetables- peppers, onions, mushrooms, broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini, asparagus, beets, edamame, butternut squash, etc.



  1. Prepare your grain as directed.
  2. Prepare all vegetables.*
  3. Add your leafy green vegetable to a bowl. This will be your base.
  4. Add your grain to the bowl.
  5. Add all vegetables to the bowl.
  6. Add your favorite Sasya dip to the bowl. This is your sauce or dressing.


*We recommend starting with 1 tbsp and adding more from there.

**For maximum flavor, we recommend switching up the methods that you use to cook your vegetables. For example, maybe you want to saute one of your veggies, steam another, and roast the rest!


Examples of bowls:

Leafy green- spinach

Grain- brown rice

Vegetables- zucchini and red and yellow bell peppers (both broiled on high for about 10 minutes)

Sasya dip- eggplant


Leafy green- spinach

Grain- quinoa

Vegetables- roasted delicata squash, steamed cauliflower, sauteed shishito peppers

Sasya dip- eggplant



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