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Egg Roll in a Bowl


Use a large skillet or wok for this recipe.

    Spray the pan with some natural cooking spray, or add a little butter or oil. Brown your ground meat (any kind you want). You can also use any kind of meat substitute.

      After the meat is browned, add a few dashes of fish oil and soy sauce, to taste. Remove the meat from the pan.

        Add a little more oil or butter to the pan (I like a mixture of avocado oil and toasted sesame oil) and drop in your onions. Then your garlic and mushrooms. Let them all get brown.

          Next, add the peppers and carrots and any other hearty veggies you're using (don't add any green veggies yet).

            All of that will take about 5 minutes!

              Now you can add your browned meat to the pan and toss.

                Here's where you add all those delicious Asian flavors ~ ground fresh ginger, more fish sauce and soy sauce, a splash of rice wine vinegar, one teaspoon sugar to bring out the sweetness, some beef or veggie broth to make it more saucy, and anything else you like in your Asian flavors.

                  Add your green veggies in now! Chopped spinach, cilantro, edamame, broccoli, you name it! Green it up!

                    Serve topped with toasted sesame seeds and Sambal Oelek, if you like!