If you have been in the low carb/keto community for any length of time you have likely heard of the amazing dish- Eggroll in a Bowl. If you haven’t tried it yet, it is an amazing main dish that fills you up without a lot of carbs.
My version is seasoned to create the Garlic Ginger Eggroll in a Bowl combo I love and I know you will too.
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The flavor is through the roof in this recipe and you will never miss the egg roll wrap in your meal. I am pretty sure this will become a regular in your keto menu rotation.
Even better – it is made with simple ingredients you can keep on hand for a quick keto meal in a fix.
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This is one of those recipes too that works for keto meal prep – since it reheats perfectly. I make a big batch and eat on it all week long. It is truly one of the most filling keto dishes I have ever had.
This recipe can make 12 equal servings – but I normally eat two!! Each serving has only 3 grams of carbs, 10 grams of fat, 13 grams of protein and 152 calories. Check out how almost-perfect that macros pie chart is!
Note: With any Keto Recipe you want to make sure you scan and calculate your specific ingredients as exact macros many vary depending on brands!
- 1 bag broccoli slaw
- 1 lb. ground pork
- 2 tsp. Ginger paste
- 2 tsp. Garlic, crushed
- 2 Tbsp. Amino acids
- Sesame oil
- Brown ground beef in sesame oil over medium high heat until cooked throughout, chop into small pieces as it cooks. Be sure there is no pink left in your pork at all.
- Next, add ginger, garlic, and broccoli slaw. You can use regular slaw or any other variety that you like, I really enjoy the flavor of the broccoli slaw bag from Walmart. Saute, stirring frequently, until slaw begins to soften and become translucent.
- Remove from heat and season with amino acids (or soy sauce) to your taste. Amino acids taste just like soy sauce but deliver healthy amino acids to your dishes.