I'm not sure when or where it began, but dinner bowls have become a major craze! And, no, I'm not talking about the porcelain or plastic kind...
Enchilada bowls. Burger bowls. Poke bowls. Grain bowls. It's not hard to see why. You basically take the best elements of a dish and serve it up in a bowl. They're even easier than the original dish and you have full control over the quantity of each ingredient. Plus, they are often low carb and/or gluten free.
Honestly, I don't even eat many egg rolls...especially with the gluten and all. Really, they may come as a side to my sesame chicken, but there's usually so much other food that I don't eat them. Yet, the flavors in an egg roll are delish! Seriously, garlic and ginger, alone, provide so much flavor, without being overpowering! It's just YUM!
Everything you love about an egg roll, in a low carb, gluten free bowl!
Both dishes originated in China; however, they are not quite the same. Spring rolls contain vegetables wrapped in a thin flour or rice wrapper. Then, they are served raw or baked. On the other hand, egg rolls usually have veggies AND meat, wrapped inside of a thicker wrapper. Then, these babies are fried to perfection.
Absolutely! Since there's no fried wrapper, the meat and vegetable mixture can easily be reheated.
With one pan and less than 30 minutes, you can enjoy everything you love about an egg roll- in a bowl with less carbs, less fat, and no gluten!
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