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Egg Roll in a Bowl

Keeping Whole 30 can be sooooooo hard. Getting creative was the key for me succeeding and completing my whole 30 round. It’s way too easy to have a meal with a meat, a veggie, and a fat but woah, so boring. I tend to find ideas by simply googling something I am thinking about making, find a recipe, and tweek it to fit whole 30 or to fit my personal taste buds. Anyone can do this!

First thing is to gather all whole 30 approved ingredients. YES bean sprouts are whole 30 compliant and thankfully because I do not feel any Asian dish deserves to be without bean sprouts. You cant deny the added crunchy texture that it adds, especially if you are doing no gluten or grains.

I made a sauce as a finisher but it was not totally necessary and can be eaten as is or even top with more coconut aminos! I made the sauce by mixing avocado mayo, red hot, coconut aminos, rice vinegar, and garlic.

Although a several steps involved, still not difficult to make at all and it was so tasty, I’d recommend this to anyone to try! Hope you enjoy this Whole 30 compliant Asian dish as much as I did!

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Egg Roll in a Bowl
You will not even realize that you aren't having a deep fried egg roll once you try this egg roll in a bowl. It's so flavorful, you'll be going back for more!
Cuisine Asian, Whole 30
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Cuisine Asian, Whole 30
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Add 1 tablespoon of Sesame Oil to a Large Skillet over medium heat
  2. Once oil is hot, add garlic, green and white onions. Cook down for 1-2 minutes
  3. Add ground pork, salt and pepper. Cook Pork all the way through. Until pink is gone
  4. Once pork is done, add to a straining bowl
  5. Using the same skillet, add the last tablespoon of sesame oil to the pan and heat again over medium heat
  6. Once hot, add bean sprouts, coleslaw mix, coconut aminos, fish sauce, rice vinegar and red hot. Cook for about 4 minutes or until soft, stirring frequently
  7. Once soft, add pork back to skillet with the sprouts and slaw mix. Stir throughly. Give it a quick taste test and be sure it is as delicious as you want it to be!
  8. Top with sesame seeds, green onions and even broccoli sprouts for some added micro nutrients and ready to serve right away!
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