Trying to eat healthily, but tired of your usual rotation? How about an egg bowl recipe? Bowls are an easy way to make a healthy meal that is also oh-so-satisfying. Julie Freed of Freed Events, LLC, shares her @Freed_fit poached egg bowl recipe loaded with lots of fresh veggies. Thanks, Julie!
We’re looking forward to adding this to our meal plans for the week!
Poached Egg Bowl Recipe with Veggies
• ½ red onion, chopped
• 1 cup mushrooms, sliced
• 1 cup frozen cauliflower rice
• 1 cup kale, deveined and chopped
• 1 cup tomatoes, diced
• 1 tbsp. apple cider vinegar
• 2 cage-free eggs
• ½ lemon
• ¼ avocado, chopped
• salt & pepper and paprika – to taste
- Coat a large pan with cooking spray, add onion and mushrooms and cook until brown
- Then add cauliflower rice, kale, and tomatoes and sauté until cooked thru.
- Season to taste.
- In a separate medium-size pot, bring water to boil. Reduce heat to low and add the apple cider vinegar.
- Stir water to create a vortex and crack the egg open in the middle of the pot.
- Set a timer for 4 minutes and remove the egg with a slotted spoon.
Place egg on a paper towel to remove excess water.
- Repeat the two steps above for the second egg.
- Serve cooked vegetables in a bowl, topped with the poached eggs and avocado.
- Squeeze lemon on top to draw out the flavor.
Founder Julie W. Freed has been in the events industry since 2004, working with leading events companies, including Rafanelli Events, where she was the Event Director, producing some of the largest and most complex events for the firm’s top clientele. Infused with passion and purpose, she launched Freed Events to provide clients with a highly personalized experience that embraces distinct collaboration with the industry’s top talent.
Julie is known for her efficiency, authentic nature, love for logistics, and, most importantly, building long-term, trusting relationships with her clients and event partners. She lives in downtown Boston – with her husband, founder of Freed Law, and their two young children – and are actively engaged in their community.