This Eggroll In A Bowl (Crack Slaw) is a one-skillet meal that is bursting with flavor and can be on the table in 20 minutes. It will keep everyone happy because it fits into Keto, Paleo, Whole30, Weight Watchers and Low Carb lifestyles!
Course Main Dishes
Cuisine American, Asian
Keyword Beef, Cabbage, Coleslaw, Crack Slaw, Eggroll In A Bowl, Keto, Low Carb, Low Carb Main Dish, Paleo, Slaw, Whole30
Place a large wok or skillet on the stove over medium heat.
Add oil. Add onions and saute for about 3 - 5 minutes.
Add minced garlic and minced fresh ginger and cook for about one minute, stirring the whole time.
Add the ground beef to the onions, garlic, and ginger.
Cook the ground beef until brown and no longer pink and juices run clear.
Empty the bag of coleslaw mix (shredded cabbage) and shredded carrots to the ground beef.
Cook the coleslaw (shredded cabbage and carrots) with the ground beef until the cabbage is wilted and carrots are softened.
Pour in the soy sauce, vinegar, and sriracha and stir.
Garnish the dish with chopped green onions, more sriracha, and sesame seeds. Serve hot!
Tips To Customize Crack Slaw or Eggroll In A BowlUse different types of protein. Ground Beef, Sausage, Ground Pork, Ground Chicken, or Ground Turkey will all work. Pick your protein of choice. I used 85% lean ground beef. However, You could also combine beef and pork for a different twist.Vegetable Shortcut. Yes. You can buy heads of different types of cabbage, but I recommend saving time and using a Coleslaw Mix of your choice. I like to use Broccoli slaw, made of shredded broccoli, to add some extra wholesome goodness to the dishl. It will also give it a little more crunchy texture. IMPORTANT: If your package of coleslaw mix includes a package for a sauce, do NOT use that in this recipe.Shredded Carrots. To add additional color and nutrition, I add 1/2 cup additional shredded carrots to the coleslaw. You could also add other vegetables as well, such as thinly sliced red or green bell peppers.Oil. Use sesame oil, if you have it. Otherwise, you can use olive oil, avocado oil, peanut oil, or your favorite oil to cook the onions, garlic, and ground beef. Sesame oil has a very unique flavor. However, unless you plan to use it in other recipes, I don’t recommend going out to buy it just for the small amount used in this Eggroll In A Bowl (Crack Slaw) recipe.Soy Sauce. Soy sauce gives this recipe a lot of flavor. You can use gluten-free soy sauce or Coconut Aminos, which is a healthy gluten-free alternative to soy sauce. Rice Vinegar. Often combined with soy sauce in Asian dishes, it is sweeter than most other vinegar. If you don’t have it, try using apple cider vinegar or white vinegar as a substitute. Sriracha. Sriracha is a unique hot sauce often used in Asian dishes. If you don’t have it, you can use another type of chili garlic sauce or any type of hot sauce you like.