Goddess Bowl #1 with Tahini Miso Dressing Recipe


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The tahini miso dressing recipe for this Goddess layered salad is a creamy smooth, ultra healthy salad dressing that goes with all combos of the Goddess Salad. For this first Goddess bowl, I chose a more savory version and topped it with olives and artichoke hearts. With it’s high protein base of quinoa topped with shredded kale, beets and all of the nutritious layers, this is one combination that may be hard to beat! And I definitely felt like a Goddess all day long after eating it. 

Goddess Bowls

This all began as a need for a couple big bowls for Mom and I to eat big full meal salads in. We have fairly big bowls as part of a set. But I wanted something even bigger and something special.  A Goddess needs a special bowl to eat her Goddess salad in and it has to be big. So, I went out on a mission to find some special bowls and am happy with these new ones. Having a great bowl makes eating a big healthy salad even more special! So, get your Goddess Bowls out and join me in the kitchen!  


Goddess Layered Salad Recipe


Goddess Bowl #1


Layer 1
1 cup Quinoa
Layer 2
2 cups of Greens:  1 cup of Chopped Kale and 1 cup of Baby Spinach
Layer 3
1 ½ cups of Vegetables: Cucumber, Red Pepper, shredded Carrots, shredded Beets, Celery, Green Onions, Sprouts
Layer 4

½ cup of Seeds & Nuts:  ¼ c Hemp seeds and ¼ cup  Walnuts
Layer 5
½ cup of special Topping: ¼ cup Olives and ¼ cup Artichoke hearts
the Dressing
¼ cup Tahini Miso Dressing Recipe


Goddess Layered Salad -Tahini Miso Dressing Recipe with whisk


Our tahini miso dressing recipe has a base of tahini, which is made from ground sesame seeds. Sesame seeds are one of the most nutritious seeds, and tahini is a true superfood. Miso, a fermented food with beneficial good bacteria is added, along with garlic and lemon, making this one of the most healthy salad dressings around.  Our Goddess Bowl topped with this dressing is an exceptional nutritional superstar, and it is fantastically delicious as well. That’s a double bonus for us!


Tahini Miso Dressing Recipe


¼ cup Tahini
2 Tbsp Olive oil*
2 Tbsp Lemon juice
1 Tbsp Miso
1 Tbsp Tamari
1 Tbsp Honey, or Agave
2 Tbsp Water
1 Garlic clove – minced
dash Cayenne

*optional – leave out olive oil and add an extra tablespoon of water for a low-fat version.


Whisk all ingredients together in a bowl or blend in a blender.

I love the whisk pictured above and use it all the time. It’s from Ikea.

I also love my VitaMix blender and use it all the time. I have a link to it on my Resource page. A great blender is invaluable to me. It’s my favorite kitchen appliance.


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Assemble tahini miso salad dressing recipe ingredients

Goddess Layered Salad - Tahini Miso Dressing Recipe

Place all ingredients in a bowl and whisk together.

Goddess Layered Salad - Tahini Miso Dressing Recipe


Preparing the Goddess Bowl

Start with quinoa. It doesn’t look like much here, but it is a cup.

Goddess Layered Salad Recipe - Quinoa

Chop kale. I did it the easy way, in a food processor. I used 4 stalks as they were smaller than usual. 2 big leaves is usually lots.

Goddess Layered Salad Recipe - Kale

Add the greens layer, here – baby spinach leaves and chopped kale.

Goddess Layered Salad Recipe - Green Layer

Chop up some vegetables.

Goddess Layered Salad Recipe - vegetables

Add veggies to bowl.

Goddess Layered Salad Recipe - veggie layer

Add walnuts

Goddess Layered Salad Recipe - vegetable layer - add walnuts

Add hemp seeds

Goddess Layered Salad Recipe - vegetables add hemp seeds

Add artichoke hearts. I cut them up a bit.

Goddess Layered Salad Recipe - add artichoke hearts

Add olives. I used my new olive pitter that I got in my Christmas stocking. It worked wonderfully! Such an awesome invention! 😉

Goddess Layered Salad Recipe - add olives

Add tahini miso salad dressing.

Goddess Layered Salad - adding  with Tahini Miso Dressing Recipe

Ready to eat!

Goddess Layered Salad with Tahini Miso Dressing Recipe - ready to serve

The fun part is mixing it up!

Goddess Layered Salad Recipe - mixing it up

It kept changing and turned pink from the beets.

Goddess Layered Salad Recipe - mixing it up 2

Great combination. It tasted delicious! ..and I felt energized, full and awesome after eating it!


Enjoy! To your vibrant health!

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