Unleash the delicious egg roll! Enjoy the ingredients inside an egg roll minus the carbs and calories. This Egg Roll Bowl is great as an easy dinner or salad. Done in 20 minutes and supremely delicious!
I love deconstructing food. Turning it inside out. Transforming it into something that is different, yet the same. In the case of the delicious egg roll, I much prefer ditching the carbs and enjoying it as a healthy main dish or salad. Egg Roll in a Bowl can be easily made to comply with the Whole30 meal program, as well as being gluten-free. This yummy, savory meal is done in 20 minutes from start to finish. 20 minutes! That’s it! And it tastes far better than take-out from your favorite Chinese restaurant. Save yourself carbs and cash!
Getting to know the Egg Roll Bowl: watch this video how to make it!
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Is Egg Roll in a Bowl gluten-free?
Great news! If you omit the soy sauce or use coconut aminos as a replacement, this recipe 100% complies with both the Whole30 and gluten-free diets.
Where do I find coconut aminos?
If you are replacing the soy sauce from the recipe with coconut aminos, you may wonder where you’ll be able to find this elusive ingredient! Amazon is a great option, but I have also seen it at Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and World Market.
What is in coleslaw mix?
If you can’t find pre-packaged coleslaw mix at the store, you can make your own while also saving a bit of money. Thinly slice or grate green and/or red cabbage as a replacement. You’ll need a total of 3 cups of cabbage to add to the recipe.
Notes about Egg Roll in a Bowl:
For an even healthier dish, replace the pork with ground beef, turkey or chicken.
Serve with additional soy sauce for an extra savory meal.
This dish makes delicious leftovers and reheats well.
Shrimp also goes great in this recipe! Saute the shrimp in olive oil first (cook until shrimp are pink-this takes only a few minutes), remove from the pan and add them back in at the very end.
What are some other low-carb dinner options?
Check out these delicious recipes that keep the carbs at a minimum:
Enjoy this take-out fake-out recipe and Happy New Year!