You know those meals you have that are just STAPLES in your home? My staples are typically the ones I can whip out in 15 minutes when I have nothing to cook for dinner! This 15 Minute One Pot Egg Roll in a Bowl Recipe is JUST THAT.
This 15 Minute One Pot Egg Roll in a Bowl Recipe is Keto, Paleo, and Whole30. It seriously checks ALL the boxes. That means it’s gluten free, grain free, refined sugar free, legume free (soy free), dairy free, and the list could probably go on!
I personally LOVE egg rolls. Love them, love them. I’ve even made homemade egg rolls! They are SO yum, but pretty time consuming to make.
This 15 Minute One Pot Egg Roll in a Bowl Recipe packs all of the flavor of an egg roll without the time it takes to wrap them up!
It’s also inherently Keto friendly – cabbage is one of the lowest carb vegetables there is! It also calls for a bag of carrots that are higher in carbs. Either keep them or omit them, depending on your goal carb intake for the day and what you’ve already eaten.
A 15 Minute One Pot Meal
The most important part of this recipe is HOW FAST it takes to throw together the ingredients!!! Seriously no longer than 15 minutes! It’s fantastical.
Soy Sauce Replacement
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1 T olive oil
1 T sesame oil
1 bunch green onions, chopped and separated into white and green parts
3 cloves garlic, minced (OR 1/2 t ground garlic)
1 T ginger, grated (OR 1/2 t ground ginger)
1 pound ground pork
1/4 c coconut aminos
1 14 oz bag “cole slaw mix” (or 1/2 head white cabbage, shredded)
1 bag shredded carrots 1
cup cashews, optional
sesame seeds for topping, optional
Heat olive oil and sesame oil in a pot on medium high. Add the white parts of the green onions, garlic, and ginger, and stir until fragrant, about 2-3 min.
Add the ground pork and coconut aminos. Cook, constantly breaking apart the meat, until the meat is browned and fully cooked through.
After five minutes of cooking the meat, add the shredded carrots and continue to cook. At the *very* end, add the cole slaw mix. Continue to stir until the cabbage is just tender, not fully cooked.
Add to bowls and top with the green onions, cashews, sesame seeds, and sriracha. Enjoy!