The grind of weeknight dinner – ugh – who can relate? To find something easy, quick, healthy, and kid friendly to serve for dinner is a challenge. #thestruggleisreal. When we find a winner, winner, chicken dinner (no pun intended), we feel like we’ve hit the jackpot! We will share these recipes on the blog because we know we love when a friend shares a winner with us! Here is a recipe for a crowd pleaser in our households, Egg Roll in a Bowl.
Egg Roll in a Bowl Recipe
One of our staples is Egg Roll in a Bowl. We have both served it to our families, and it was a win in both households! The original recipe is from veggiebalance.com, but we tweaked a couple things to make it even easier and to add more veggies. We use the Christopher Ranch chopped garlic and chopped ginger jars to save time. Many times we double the recipe because it makes great leftovers. Don’t be afraid to add more veggies or use regular cabbage slaw with this. Sometimes we add water chestnuts, bean sprouts, edamame beans, and/or chopped broccoli to change it up a bit. If we’re feeling really fancy, we will buy rice wrappers and stuff them with the egg roll in a bowl mixture. For whatever reason, the kids think it is really fun to wrap them. Don’t be scared of rice wrappers, they are super easy! Here is a tutorial to show you how easy they are.😁
A Few Notes
Adjust the crushed red pepper flakes or the siracha sauce depending on what level of spiciness you want. Add your salt and pepper to taste, also.
Egg Roll in a Bowl
- 1 tsp sesame oil
- 1 lb ground turkey
- 2 cloves garlic
- 1 TBS ground ginger
- 1/2 tsp ground red pepper or saracha sauce to taste
- 1 pkg broccoli slaw
- 1 pkg shredded carrots
- 3 TBS honey
- 1/4 cup soy sauce substitute tamari or coconut aminos
- Heat sesame oil in 10" or larger skiller.
- Brown ground turkey and remove from pan when cooked.
- Add more oil if needed and brown garlic and ginger.
- Add broccoli slaw and shredded carrots. Cook until tender.
- Add ground turkey to slaw mixture.
- Add soy sauce, honey, ground red pepper (or siracha), and salt and pepper (to taste).