je nach Bedarf
Time 25 minutes
  1. Grainy foundations

Salad on its own is not enough. That's why a true Hertha Bowl needs a base that provides the body with fibre and carbohydrates. A variety of grains provide an optimal foundation upon which to build a balanced diet and provide enough energy for a sporty lifestyle.

Here are our ‘Be Healthy, Be Hertha’ suggestions:

Gluten-free options

  • Buckwheat
  • Brown rice
  • Black rice
  • Millet
  • Quinoa
  • Amaranth
[Translate to English:] Das sind unterschiedliche körnige Produkte für die Bowl. Amaranth, Buchweizen und Quinoa.

2. Vegetable layer

Vegetables shouldn’t be boring.Ingredients such as cauliflower or broccoli can be used raw, boiled and also blanched to a give your bowl a real freshness, whilst also providing a vital source of vitamins. Our tip: sweet potatoes.

3. Protein

If you truly want to become a Herthaner, you have to eat lots of protein. This component is extremely important for building muscle, as protein makes up 20% of all muscle in the body. It’s not just for building muscle though, it’s also very important for those Herthaner who want to lose weight.

What foods are rich in protein? Chickpeas, tofu, tuna, salmon, legumes, egg, turkey and beef are all great sources. What’s your favourite?

[Translate to English:] Radieschen, Karotten, Möhren und Salat können leckere Highlights für die Bowl sein.

4. Healthy Highlights

These ingredients make your dish a real eye-catcher: orange grated carrots, red cherry tomatoes, pink radish slices, green cucumber slices or a bed of spinach – everything is possible. Go wild and pimp your very own bowl with your favourites.

5. Dress for success

A good dressing is half the battle. Our tip: A summery balsamic-honey-mustard-dressing.

For four Herthaner-Bowls, you need;

50 ml olive oil

20 ml balsamic dressing

2 tsp mustard

2 tsp honey

Salt and pepper to taste

A pinch of chilli

6. Toppings

The final step before it’s time to tuck in: A few nuts or seeds. We recommend almonds, walnuts or sunflower seeds, but it’s your call.

And now… get your forks ready! It’s time to eat!


  • a grainy foundation
  • vegetables such as cauliflower, broccoli or sweet potatoes
  • protein such as chickpeas, tofu, tuna, salmon legumes, egg, turkey or beef
  • a healthy highlight such as carrots, cherry tomatoes, radishes, cucumber or spinach
  • a fancy topping like pomegranate or nuts
  • For the dressing:
  • 50 ml olive oil
  • 20 ml balsamic dressing
  • 2 tsp mustard
  • 2 tsp honey
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • Round off with a little chili