Thanks to Nasoya for sponsoring this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Did you know that 39% of Americans have reported trying to eat more plant-based foods? [Nielsen 2018] – that includes me. When I can, I love the substitute of veggies for my protein. Nasoya, who happens to be the nation’s leading brand of tofu has you (and me) covered with Vegan Dumplings . They are available in two flavors. – Tofu Vegetable and Thai Basil Vegetable. These vegan Dumplings are USDA Certified Organic and also contain 6-7 grams of plant-protein per serving! I could think of SO many ways to enjoy these as part of a plant-based diet and feel like I was enjoying a favorite!
Today, I’m sharing a recipe for a Vegetable Dumpling Power Bowl – easy to make and enjoy for lunch or dinner. For me, I work from home and lunch options need to be quick but still good-for-me. This easy recipe is a fit!
What I love about this Vegetable Dumpling Power Bowl is how easy the concept is to make your own. You could use either variety of the Nasoya Vegan Dumplings. I used the Thai Basil Vegetable and they are SOOOO good!
The full recipe is below, but includes a sweet kale and salad mix, broccoli slaw, cucumbers, cabbage and a sweet poppyseed dressing that I love putting on everything these days. I sprinkled with some sunflower seeds and added my Thai Basal Vegetable Dumplings. It was a delicious, filling and clean meal. But don’t stop there, these dumplings are great as a meal on their own. You can play with different dipping sauces (like this Gyoza recipe – YUM!) and try out all different ways to enjoy these tasty dumplings!
Full recipe below. How would you make this Vegetable Dumpling Power Bowl your own?
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VEGETABLE DUMPLING POWER BOWL
1 cup sweet kale / salad mix (bagged salad)
1/2 cup sliced cucumbers
1/2 cup broccoli slaw
1/4 cup cabbage
1 Tsp Dressing of Choice – I used a sweet poppyseed dressing, but you could use any that you enjoy!
1 tsp sunflower seeds.
4 Nasoya Thai Basil Vegetable Dumplings
Optional: Brown Rice or Quinoa if this had been for a dinner, I probably would have added a 1/2 scoop of brown rice or quinoa)
- Cook Dumplings according to the directions on the package. I prefer the pan method. Cook and allow to cool slightly.
- Divide ingredients into the bowl. I like to separate in the bowl – cabbage, salad/kale mix, cabbage.
- Top with Cucumber and dumplings.
- Drizzle cucumbers with dressing.
- Sprinkle with sunflower seeds.