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Aussie Green Brekky Bowl

Updated: Oct 20, 2018

Brekky Bowl

An incredible Aussie trend I love to warm myself with, on chilli days.

Sometimes I even make it as a quick nourishing easy dinner.

I love to add as many veggies as I can, and It’s also a great solution for veggie-leftovers in the fridge.

For 6 people or 4 hungry birds

Ingredients -

1 cup of roots of your choice, sliced

(onion, garlic, pumpkin, zucchini, carrot, beetroot, sweet potato)

1 cup of soft veggies of your choice, sliced

(mushrooms, tomatoes, snow pees etc.)

1 cup of greens of your choice, chopped roughly

(kale, spinach, bok-choi etc.)

A handful of your favourite herbs

(coriander, parsley, dill, basil, rosemary etc.)

your preferred spice mix -

Basil-Marjoram-Oregano /

Ginger-Coreander-Chili /


Salt & Peper to taste

6 Eggs (one for each)

5% cheese such as low fat Feta or low fat Halumi, or any vegan cheese (Optional)

Method -

First stage, can be made ahead -

Heat a large Saucepan

(non stick proffered, so you don't have to use any oil).

If you have to use oil, use a spray and spray a thin layer of a plant based oil on the saucepan.

Add the vegetables by this order-

onion, garlic


soft veggies

greens and herbs

Stir every now and again, and cover between adding more veggies.

If needed, add a bit of water to the pan and cover to create a steaming process (another great way to avoid oil use)

Add spices according to the seasoning you chose, salt and pepper.

Second stage -

If you made the first stage a day before, heat the veggies in a covered saucepan over a low heat.

If you chose to add cheese, add it and let it melt a bit.

you can also just add it fresh on the plate.

The eggs can be made in a few variations -

Either break them on top of the veggies like in a Shakshuka recipe,

You can make the eggs separately, any style you like -

poached or boiled are recommended.

For serving -

Put the veggies nicely in a large bowl, add the eggs on top, you can decorate with fresh greens, black sesame or nigella seeds and pepitas.

Serve with a good nice bread, and healthy spreads and dips.


This Recipe is a part of "The Breakfast Club"

A special guide for a healthy way to go Back To School.

In a collaboration with Liora Houbara,

One of the leading Clinical Dietitian in Israel,

And an opinion leader in the field of nutrition, coaching and NLP.


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