I’m sure by now, everyone has heard of ‘Egg Roll in a Bowl’. It’s that tasty keto dish that gives you the opportunity to eat an eggroll without being deep friend in grease.
Egg Roll in a Bowl is not hard to make, however, I went a much simpler route. I have Aldi’s to thank for it. That is my absolute favorite store. I only drink their coffee at home. And there are some items you just can’t beat their prices on, like milk and eggs.
Aldi’s has a premix salad called Asian Chopped Salad. The ingredients were all there, except for the protein. In the past, I have always enjoyed turkey sausage. Today I opted for no meat at all.
I heated sesame oil in the skillet with dried chopped onion, because I didn’t have a fresh one. Don’t judge! There is nothing like the smell of sesame oil. I think I could drink it. I added 1/4 cup soy sauce, minced garlic, and ground ginger. (Those ingredients are optional.) Once that had a nice simmer to it, I added the salad mix, minus the wonton strips and sliced almonds.
Pour in the sesame ginger dressing that came with the salad mix. Blend well with the salad mix. Heat thoroughly. Time to cook is entirely up to you. I like to just cook long enough to where it is hot throughout, but the cabbage still has a bit of a crunch to it.
I poured it onto my fancy Dixie plate. Topped with the wonton strips and almonds that came with the package. Grabbed a pair of chopsticks and indulged in its entirety. I have no shame.
It was such tasty goodness! Healthy note: Due to enormous amounts of sodium in the sauces, drink lots of water to flush it out.
Thank you, Aldi’s, for this salad. Yummo! If you want to really make this even more keto, don’t add the wonton strips. I enjoy them myself, but then I don’t follow a keto diet. You be your own judge, just don’t forget to drink lots of water.
Peace out, Trout!