Buddha bowls are known for three main types of ingredients—grain, green, and bean—and a tasty sauce (like coconut curry). This version makes this dish even healthier by subbing the grain with riced cauliflower, so this meal is low in carbs, high in fiber and potassium, and super tasty! You can even swap out different vegetables and sauces based on your favorite cuisines.
Using a rotisserie chicken makes this salad a snap to put together. It’s easiest to shred the meat when it’s warm but not hot. If using directly from the rotisserie, let the chicken cool until you can handle it; if pulling the chicken out of the refrigerator, reheat it slightly in the microwave. To serve this dish as a starter or side salad, simply leave out the chicken and serve smaller portions.
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