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The Kitchn: Egg roll in a bowl is all flavor and no fuss

By Christine Gallary on

When you need a quick one-pan dinner that has tons of veggies and protein, look no further than this egg roll skillet. Inspired by the tasty filling in Chinese egg rolls, this ground pork skillet requires very little chopping thanks to a bag of coleslaw mix, but it's full of ginger and garlic and all the hallmark flavors you expect from egg rolls. Skip the takeout tonight and give this a try instead!

Don't like pork? Go with your favorite ground meat instead; turkey or chicken would well, as long as there's some dark meat in the mix. As for flavoring, use what you have handy: soy sauce, tamari, or coconut aminos all do a good job of adding savory flavors. When looking at cabbage slaw mix, try to find one that has purple cabbage and carrots so that the skillet is colorful; but feel free to experiment with a broccoli slaw mix for a different spin! Serve with a squirt of Sriracha for a spicy kick.

Egg Roll Skillet

Serves 4

1 tablespoon olive or vegetable oil

1 pound ground pork

1 medium yellow onion, diced

1/2 teaspoon kosher salt

Freshly ground black pepper


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