Keto Egg Roll in a Bowl [Recipe]

Keto Egg Roll in a Bowl [Recipe]

Keto egg roll in a bowl has been an all time favorite dish of mine since embarking on a ketogenic lifestyle. It’s crazy popular in the low carb, paleo, and whole 30 circles for several reasons: it’s quick, it’s easy, and it captures the delightful essence of an egg roll without all the garbage added.Keto Egg Roll in a Bowl [Recipe]

If you’re wondering what the flavor of the dish is like, it’s as if the tasty filling was scooped out of an egg roll and delivered in a bowl while the greasy wrapper is tossed aside. Instead of deconstructing an egg roll and working backwards to pick out the part that is low carb friendly (I’m looking at you pizza-topping-picker-offer), pick up a few things from the grocery store. It will be worth it, don’t worry.Keto Egg Roll in a Bowl [Recipe]

You’ll need: a head of cabbage (yes, you can have cabbage on a keto diet), half an onion, a clove of garlic, liquid aminos or soy sauce, ground ginger, chicken broth, a couple green onion stalks, and a pound of ground pork. If you’d really like to shoot for an authentic Asian flavor profile, you could also score some sesame oil while you’re out and about. I’ve made it without sesame oil plenty of times and it’s still a hit, so feel free to use whatever you have on hand and trust that it will still be delicious.

Keto Egg Roll in a Bowl [Recipe]Brown your ground pork in a large pan or wok and cut your low carb cabbage and onion into long strands while the meat is cooking. You can use a knife, but the easiest way I have found to cut an entire head of cabbage and onions into threads is using a spiralizer. I am a huge fan of The Inspiralizer and couldn’t recommend it more; that thing is an animal! Noodley head of keto cabbage in seconds flat! Not a single tear shed cutting an onion! I’m so hooked.

To finish off your keto egg roll in a bowl, add a bit of oil to the pan with your pork and throw the onions in. Mix minced garlic and ground ginger into the soy sauce or liquid aminos, then add to the pan once the onions have caramelized. Add the cabbage to the mix and begin tossing the ingredients together. Drizzle the chicken broth over the cabbage leaves and stir frequently for a few minutes. Garnish with green onion and voila! A keto egg roll in a bowl!

Keto Egg Roll in a Bowl [Recipe]

Yields 6 Servings

5 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

20 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 1 pound ground pork
  • 1 head of cabbage, thinly sliced
  • ½ medium onion, thinly sliced
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • ¼ cup soy sauce or liquid aminos
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • 1 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 2 tablespoons chicken broth
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 stalks of green onion

Instructions

  1. Brown ground pork in a large pan or wok over medium heat.
  2. Ensure cabbage and onion is thinly sliced into long strands. Use a spiralizer to cut the vegetables for quickest results.
  3. Add sesame oil and onion to pan with browned ground pork. Mix together and continue cooking over medium heat.
  4. Mix soy sauce, garlic, and ground ginger together in a small bowl. Once onions have browned, add the sauce mixture to the pan.
  5. Immediately add the cabbage mixture to the pan and toss to coat the vegetable and evenly distribute ingredients. Add chicken broth to the pan and mix. Continue cooking over medium heat for three minutes, stirring frequently.
  6. Garnish with salt, pepper, and green onion.
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1/6th of recipe - 6 grams net carbs
1/6th of recipe – 6 grams net carbs

Keto Egg Roll in a Bowl [Recipe]

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37 Comments

  • It's the most unassuming dishes that taste the best :) This will definitely have to be tried out. I've gone off bread a long time ago... Thanks for sharing!
  • I thought yeah right. Well...............shame on me. This is fabulous. Soooo good. Definitely use the sesame oil. Thank you so much Tasha!
  • I make this recipe at least once a week. Love, love, love it. (What's with the 'read previous post' with included comment pop-up from the right side of the screen? It's annoying and I can't get rid of it. I have to scroll the information I want to read above and past it).
  • Maybe it's because I didn't use sesame oil but I gelt like it's not very flavorful. :| and I was very excited about this dish. Next time I will try the sesame oil.
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  • Really easy to throw together and the flavors were spot on. Be sure to use the sesame oil! You can tell the moment you add it that it's going to be delicious by the way it smells. I don't have a spiralizer, so I just sliced the cabbage and onion thin. Who knew how much I like cabbage? I didn't make the full recipe. I divided the recipe and just made enough for lunch. This is my new favorite recipe. I'm trying the Shredded Chicken Chili for dinner though so it may have competition. Found you through a post on Reddit.com.
  • I'd really like to know too if this can be frozen... I live alone and I'm a small woman, I have to be careful not to end up eating more than one serving of delicious foods.
  • Instead of thinly slicing cabbage, we used store bought Cole slaw mix. Worked great!! This recipe is yummy. It hit the spot!
  • Just started Keto and this was a smashing success! I added thin strips of carrots for a bit more color and it was delish!💜
  • I thought I was the only one who only ate the inside of an eggroll (much to the disappointment of my Asian mother)! I have a spiralizer that I use all the time (with zucchini, potatoes, etc.), but I have never used it with cabbage. And honestly, I am having a hard time picturing the logistics of putting cabbage through a spiralizer. Can you describe the best way to do that?
    • I use the Inspiralizer; it locks down to the countertop and extends out pretty far so you can use it on larger veggies. Here's a youtube video demonstration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcUPKnr6eZQ
  • where is all the sodium coming from. 1 serving over 1000mg or is this for the whole dish
  • Just made this, so flipping good. I used bagged coleslaw mix with carrots in it. Worked great. Tasted just before serving. I missed the peanuty flavor I taste from frying the wrapper. So I added 1heaping teaspoon of peanut butter. THERE IT WAS!! Amazing. Thanks for this recipe and I started following your posts
  • I did triple the garlic and ginger. I also added some extra soy sauce and chicken broth. I added a little over 1/4 cup of Erythritol. I cooked it for way longer longer than 3 minutes. It was good with the additions.
  • This is our favorite keto recipe by far! You rock! I use ground chicken breast instead of sausage (makes a huge difference on calories), and add a bit of rice wine vinegar. We use this to make lettuce wraps. I make a double recipe so we have plenty of leftovers! We can't get enough of this! Sesame oil = essential!
  • i would like something sweet on top, any suggestions. I feel like I am missing the sweet and sour sauce. Otherwise it is very good.
  • P.S. I had never thought about using my spiralizer for onions...totally for the win!!! Thank you for the idea!
  • Can you possibly say approx. how large your cabbage was? I know it cools down, but I feel like mine must have been huge! I weighed it out (after slicing) to about 750g and even using a fairly large/deep skillet, I couldn't fit it all. I could've added more after letting the first bit cook down but didn't want to muck around with some of it being unseasoned and whatnot.

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