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Buddha Bowl: Vegan, Clean Eating Smoky Tempeh Feta Bowl | Soul in the Raw

Have you ever tried making a buddha bowl? If you do, it will quickly become your favorite meal! Buddha bowls are great because they are very simple to make – you can make them as elaborate as you wish, or as simple as you wish. They taste incredible, because they combine so many delicious elements, flavors and textures.

A buddha bowl is also a wonderful lunch or dinner option because it is so incredibly healthy. It allows you to consume several essential plant-based foods like whole grains, beans, greens, vegetables, and nuts and seeds.

You can make buddha bowls part of your daily routine, especially by meal prepping several of the bowls’ components mentioned above. Read this post to learn more about meal prepping.

The Unique Elements of this Delicious Vegan Buddha Bowl

The wonderful thing about preparing a buddha bowl is that it will allow you to combine several components, and be as creative as you wish to please your own taste buds.

Some people prefer to make very simple vegan bowls, containing only a few ingredients, with a simple dressing of lemon juice and some spices.

Others (myself included) love to combine several elements to create a richer flavor profile, as well as even more nutrition.

This smoky tempeh feta bowl gets most of its rich and decadent flavor from the tempeh and the delicious feta. This incredible feta recipe is from The Effortlessly Flavorful Vegan Kitchen. While it contains only 4 ingredients, and takes only minutes to make, it adds an incredible soft texture and a delicious salty flavor to this bowl. In addition, it also provides a plethora of vital nutrients and compounds, including selenium and cancer-fighting phytonutrients. Curious about the ingredients of this easy feta recipe? Download the recipe here and get a sneak peek into The Effortlessly Flavorful Vegan Kitchen.

In addition, this divine vegan buddha bowl includes tempeh, marinated in a delicious combination of sauces and spices. Tempeh is actually the healthiest form of soy, because it is fermented. If you have some questions about whether soy is good for you or not, please read this post with all the soy facts you need to know about.

4-Ingredient Raw Vegan Fluffy Feta Recipe for Your Buddha Bowl

Easy Vegan Mediterranean Farro Salad with Vegan Feta | Soul in the Raw

This vegan feta recipe is so easy to make, and it will turn any vegetables from bland to absolutely delicious! This feta is incredible inside this buddha bowl, or use it with almost any savory recipe to create an amazing level of texture and flavor. When you download, you will also receive 2 more oil-free vegan sauces to try out! 

Vegan, Clean Eating Smoky Tempeh Feta Buddha Bowl Recipe

Easy peasy vegan buddha bowl that will satisfy your taste buds and nourish you in every way! Prepare this delicious vegan buddha bowl for lunch or dinner, and customize it to your liking.

Vegan Smoky Tempeh Feta Buddha Bowl Recipe

Course Main Course, Salad
Prep Time 30 minutes
Total Time 28 minutes
Servings 1


For the tempeh:


  • Chop cucumbers and tomatoes, and place in a bowl with arugula

For the tempeh:

  • Cut tempeh block into very thin strips, lengthwise
  • Place tempeh strips in a large shallow bowl, and add coconut aminos, date sugar, and chipotle (optional). 
  • Mix well with a fork until all pieces of tempeh are well coated in the marinade. Allow to marinate about 10 minutes (the longer the better). 
  • Use about 1/4 of the tempeh for each individual serving bowl. 
  • Prepare feta/Parmesan according to instructions, and use as much as you'd like to top every bowl. 
  • Rinse and drain the capers well, and top the buddha bowl with them (optional). 

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Marina Yanay-Triner is a wellness coach and recipe developer through Soul in the Raw. Marina creates easy and delicious vegan recipes and writes about the health benefits of a plant-based diet, focusing on evidence-based nutrition information. She loves to help clients go and stick to plant based eating through her powerful coaching program, combining nutrition and cooking education along with transformational mindset work. Marina adopted a whole food, plant based lifestyle over 7 years ago, inspired by her mother's incredible healing story of reversing a crippling bladder disease. She has reversed PMS symptoms and encourage emotional healing from trauma as a result of this transition. Marina is incredibly passionate about the vegan diet for human health, animal welfare, and the well-being of our planet, all of which she envisions as co-dependent.