Craving Chinese food, but trying to stick to your low-carb resolution? Instant Pot Egg Roll Bowls are the perfect solution for an easy weekday meal to satisfy that craving without all the guilt!
Instant Pot Egg Roll Bowls are a healthier spin on a Chinese food classic. If you have never had an egg roll bowl before, the best way for me to explain it is it’s like eating an egg roll inside out! At least that’s what I tell my family. We love to customize our bowls with our favorite dipping sauces like sweet and sour, teriyaki, soy, or even spicy mustard!
The possibilities are really endless with this meal! You can use ground beef, turkey, or pork with any kind of seasoning you would like. Nothing is set in stone in this recipe! You don’t like something I have listed in the directions? Take it out and replace it. Want to use fresh cabbage instead of the bagged mix? You can do it with the same cooking time! It’s just such a simple recipe!
Check out how simple it is to make these Instant Pot Egg Roll Bowls!
I like to make baked chips out of egg roll wrappers to serve with my egg roll bowls. Not only does it make eating them more fun (like of it like egg roll nachos), but it also makes dipping a breeze!
All in All, Instant Pot Egg Roll Bowls make for a healthy, filling, and super easy meal anytime you are looking to curve the Chinese food craving!
Instant Pot Egg Roll Bowls
Place Instant Pot on saute. Wait until it’s hot and then add pork (or meat of choice). Add seasonings and soy sauce and brown meat. If you are using a lean meat (like ground pork or turkey) you will not need to drain it when its done. If you are using a higher fat meat (like ground beef) you will need to drain when browned.
When meat is browned, turn Instant Pot off and add the 1/2 cup bone broth. Add bag of cole slaw mix on top and DO NOT stir. Place lid on and turn knob to sealing position.
Set Instant Pot on manual high pressure for 0 minutes. If you have a newer model Instant Pot, you select the pressure cook button instead for 0 minutes. And, yes 0 minutes is totally a thing. Just keep hitting the – button until the timer reaches 0.
When timer is up, preform a quick release. When pressure is released, open carefully and give everything a quick stir.
Spoon into bowls and enjoy!
Preheat oven to 400 degrees while Instant Pot is preheating on saute.
Cut egg roll wrappers into strips and bush with olive or veggie oil. I use egg roll wrappers because they are more sturdy then traditional wonton wrappers when you are trying to scoop, but you can use whatever you have (even tortilla chips).
Bake in preheated oven for 4-5 minutes until bubbly and brown. WATCH these carefully because they go from brown to burned very fast!
Let chips cool and enjoy with your egg roll bowls!
Instant Pot Egg Roll Bowls
- 1 lb ground pork or any other meat you would like
- 1 bag pre-shredded cole slaw mix found in the produce section near the bagged salads
- ½ cup bone broth or your favorite broth
- 1 tbsp soy sauce or to taste
- 1 tbsp garlic powder or to taste
- 1 tbsp ground ginger or to taste
- ½ teaspoon pepper or to taste
- ½ teaspoon salt or to taste
- 1 pkg egg roll wrappers cut into strips
- vegetable or olive oil
- Place Instant Pot on saute. Wait until it's hot and then add pork (or meat of choice). Add seasonings and soy sauce and brown meat. If you are using a lean meat (like ground pork or turkey), do not drain it when it's done. If you are using a higher fat meat (like ground beef), drain once it is browned.
- When meat is browned, turn Instant Pot off and add the ½ cup bone broth. Add bag of cole slaw mix on top and DO NOT stir. Place lid on and turn knob to sealing position.
- Set Instant Pot on manual high pressure for 0 minutes. For a newer model Instant Pot, select the pressure cook button instead for 0 minutes (just keep hitting the - button until the timer reaches 0).
- When timer is up, preform a quick release. When pressure is released, open carefully and give everything a quick stir.
- Spoon into bowls and enjoy!
Wonton Chips Optional
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees while Instant Pot is preheating on saute.
- Cut egg roll wrappers into strips and brush with olive or veggie oil. I use egg roll wrappers because they are more sturdy then traditional wonton wrappers when you are trying to scoop, but use whatever you have (even tortilla chips).
- Bake in preheated oven for 4-5 minutes until bubbly and brown. WATCH these carefully because they go from brown to burned very fast!
- Let chips cool and enjoy with the egg roll bowls!
Nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.
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I made it twice now I think I keeping it for an easy night dinner
Made this tonight for hubby and I!
It was an INSTANT HIT!
Thank you for sharing your knowledge😁
This is my go to meal. We love it I always double the recipe. It is even better the next day.
I’ve shared this recipe with more people than I can count!
I’ve used ground beef and even some leftover steak pieces, which was my personal favorite. I also save out about a fourth of the cabbage to stir in after it’s cooked to have some with a little crunch.
I made this for our lunch today and it is wonderful. First time using the -0- minutes and it worked great. Learned something new on the Instant Pot. Thank you for sharing, your recipes are great.
Absolutely delicious and so easy! Just follow instructions. Even kids like this
I used broccoli slaw since regular slaw was sold out. I think I would do that again. We all loved the recipe; eggroll chips and all!
I also love veggies, so added another bag of slaw, a cup each of matchstick carrots, a sliced sweet onion, Bak Choy, and 1 T oyster sauce. This time I used extra lean ground turkey breast and browned it in a little sesame oil, but I also picked up a bag of frozen petite salad shrimp for the next time. My favorite Chinese restaurant always puts shrimp in their egg rolls. I normally eat the veggies on the inside and leave the shell because I don’t like the grease. Thanks for a great, easy recipe.
I love this recipe. Super easy, and delicious. I don’t bother with the chips/wontons usually. It’s delicious by itself. I like to add a scoop of Sambal Oolek for heat when I eat it, but I only add it to my bowl. The kids don’t like the heat.
so good! my husband and I ate 2 helpings each. used chicken broth instead of bone broth because that was available
Wow! We have been craving Chinese and this was delicious. Could it be any easier? Just sent the recipe to our son to try for his busy family. Think I’d better take a look at more of your recipes! 😊 After this past year of eating at home all the time and limited choices from nearby restaurants, we are ready for some new dishes. Thank you for sharing this wonderful Instant Pot dish.
This is a great quick dinner. We use ground chicken for the meat so no draining required. I double the spices and soy sauce to give it an extra punch. Watch those egg roll wrappers carefully! They go from light golden brown to charred in less than a minute.
I made this to today for hubby and me and it was fantastic!!
Made it just as the directions said. Changed 1 thing.
I had some garlic infused oil, so that’s what I brushed on the egg roll wrappers and put them in the air fryer for 3 mins at 370 degrees.
This is definitely a keeper!!
Tried this, I had cabbage so I shredded it and I should have sliced it. I used ground turkey, not bad! Thanks ✌️
We absolutely love this recipe! Delicious, simple, super fast and easy! Thank you so much!!
I saw a recipe for steak soup. Was that your too? I am on my way my to the store to try the egg rolls.
I haven’t tried it yet, but I will be soon
I’d made this recipe a year ago or so and I remember it being good, but after making it tonight, I found I needed to add additional garlic, ginger and liquid aminos. That made it 👍🏻. I did recently get an IP air fryer lid and air fried the wonton pieces in that instead of using the oven. Super easy, but I was limited on batch size. Thankfully, they only took 3 minutes for each batch. 😁
Can’t wait to try this
WOW THIS WAS AMAZING AND SO EASY! Adding this to our rotation for sure! We used spicy sausage and it had SO much flavor!
This is a go-to recipe for me! I make it on Sunday evenings and have low carb meals for all week at work. Those wrappers are a yummy snack and great alternative to chips! A+!
This is delicious! And so quick and easy! I don’t bother making the wonton chips I just buy the wonton strips (that are for on top of salads) and put those on top when I eat. I have it in the IP right now! Thanks so much!
Very good! Added extra shredded carrots and a little more ginger and it’s fantastic!
My non veggie eating hubby loves this. The kids never complain about this one! Well done. Thanks so much.
This came out perfect and my family loved it. The wonton chips were delicious with this.
This is a household favorite! Adults and kids love it! We have it every couple of weeks! The only thing we add is a little splash of Fish sauce to up the umami but it is perfect as is!!
Delicious, quick recipe. I use ground pork.
Love the wontons, but if I am especially lazy; buying the wonton strips from the salad aisle is a quick substitute.
Serve with a little sweet and sour sauce.
Makes 4 average servings.
I might try in my 3qt next time….or maybe double in 6 qt depending on size of group. Anyone know if this would work?
We made this last night and loved it! The only thing I wish is that maybe the cabbage a little more crisper, what would you suggest? My husband ate 3 bowls it got 10/10. We rate receives we try🤣
Can’t wait to try some of these recipes
This was a great technique. I usually make this in stages on the stove, but this was a real time saver.I never knew about the “0” setting, but it worked great for cooking the coleslaw mix without turning it to mush. Instead of powdered spices, I used shallots, green onions, fresh grated ginger and added fish sauce, sesame oil and sambal olek to the liquids. Topped with chopped cilantro for serving.
This recipe is quick, easy & delicious! It was a big hit at our house.
I did add bean threads/cellophane noodles which were prepared, rinsed and drained per package instructions.
The noodles were poured on top of the meat right before adding the coleslaw mix to the instant pot.
I made this tonight and it was really good. I love the toasted egg roll wrappers. The only thing I’ll change the next time is I’ll add more cabbage. Thanks for the easy, quick, and yummy recipe!
Tried this tonight and we really loved it, think I may try adding chopped garlic and ginger paste for a little more bang for the buck but definitely in my recipe arsenal!
This was so easy! I found it to be a little lacking on flavor, but served it with sweet chili sauce, ginger soy sauce and Sriracha, and that did the trick.
I made this for my husband and myself. Wow, it was incredible we will certainly add this
to our quick and easy meals. Thanks so much.
When I make this I use the Aldo’s Asian salad blend and use the crunchy topping that comes with it as an add in once finished for crunch. 🙁 haven’t been able to find egg roll wrappers
Good eats! I didn’t bother with the wontons and I did this in a skillet. I scrambled 2 eggs first, mincing them, then removed them from the pan to add back at the end. Added fresh garlic, white part of a bunch of scallions, and ginger along with no sodium “Spicy Thai” seasoning while cooking the pork. When it was done, I then added the coleslaw mix, along with bits of broccoli, water chestnuts, bias cut pea pods and a couple tablespoons “Mr. Yoshida’s” sauce (omitting the soy sauce). Tossed the scrambled eggs and scallion greens on top, quick stir and done! Quick, easy and so good! Thanks a bunch! Tomorrow’s leftovers will be served over rice.
This was amazing, quick to make and delish. Thanks for sharing.
Been making this filling with ground beef for years for my eggroll filling. I do mine on the stove in a big pot. Very easy. My family loves it. We love lots of garlic in ours. You can add whatever you like to it.
Delicious and easy!
OMG i just made this! it is amazing!!!!
I made some substitutes. Used 1/2 large cabbage i had on hand. Used nacho ships instead of the egg roll wraps. It was delicious. I garnished with spicy mustard. Next time I might add a dash of crushed red pepper flakes and try to find the egg roll wraps cause those look really good in the photo. Thanks so much for this quick and easy recipe.
Yummy! Easy and flavourful. Perfect! Will be one of my go to’s now. I read some of the reviews & used fresh garlic & ginger, & small tin of water chestnuts.
The flavor was fantastic! I used broccoli slaw instead of Cole slaw. We wanted more veggies tho. Next time (and there will be a next time), I will use 2 bags .
This was delicious! Next time I would use 2 bags of the coleslaw mix. I sprayed my egg roll wrappers with cooking spray and it worked perfect!
So tasty and super easy! Garnished with crispy wonton wrappers, bean sprouts and Siracha. Definitely going into regular meal planning rotation! Thanks!
Don’t have any bones or bone broth on hand. Can chicken or beef stock be used?
You sure can Anna.
I’m a newbie to this what is bone soup?
You can use any broth for this recipe!
Made this for dinner tonight and literally had it served within 10 minutes. My boyfriend said this is his favorite meal I’ve made yet. Will definitely be using this as quick and easy go to!
Wow! This meal.was fantastic! It was so quick and easy to make. The flavor was delicious. My entire family loved it, and I have one obnoxiously picky child. This is one of the best meals.ive ever had from my Instant Pot!
I tried this recipe tonight. I totally forgot to take a picture of it. It was awesome! Dear husband kept going back into the pot for “one more bite”. HA HA. I did not make the egg roll chips but we have some left over and will try the chips tomorrow night.
I just made this. My husband is in there filling his bowl again. These are so good and so easy and so fast. We will be making them again soon. Everyone must try these. Just follow the recipe and they will be great. I did use a bag of angel hair slaw and threw in a handfull of shredded carrots. So yummy.
Can you substitute the bone broth with chicken or beef broth?
You sure can.
I’m wanting to try this recipe for my family of 7. Is it possible to double this recipe in my instant pot?
Absolutely! You don’t even need to adjust the time, only the ingredients.
Wal-Mart carries an Asian salad bag with a ginger dressing
Gonna try that next time
Brush the whole sheet with olive oil before cutting – saves a ton of time. This was good.
We absolutely loved this as a week night meal. We upped the spices the second time we made it!
Looking for recipe for shrimp egg roll bowl
I doubled the meat and cabbage. Cancelled just before it came to pressure and quick released. Cabbage was not quite as soft. Yum!
My family loves this dish. We have tried with ground turkey and a high quality ground beef.
Is it possible to use beef broth instead of bone broth? Would it taste worse in the instant pot? Not sure where to get bone broth from.
I used better than boullion chicken flavor. Worked well for me.
i used beef because that was what i had. it really was delicious so i don’t know what difference the broth really makes
Beef broth works fine too. I use it when I can’t find the bone broth (look for it with the box broths).
Substitute for bone broth?
Loved it! We added Kosher salt on top of the crisps before cooking and it made a great salty treat!
This was so delicious!
I used fresh ginger and added thinly sliced onions and carrots to the mixture before cooking under pressure.
With this being 0 on the pressure timer, how do I get it to cook a little less time so my veggies are a little bit more crisper?
I added mushrooms and onions; delicious!
You talk about using dips, like mustard. How did they dip it, or did they add it to the “insides”? Just got an Instant Pot for Christmas, and this will likely be the first recipe I make! Thanks so much!
You can drizzle the dips on the top, or dip the wonton chips!
I have made this multiple times and LOVE IT! So easy and delicious. The only change is using chicken broth other than bone broth. Thanks!
We tried this for supper to night. It was really good. I wish I had read the comments before I made it though! I would have made it using fresh garlic and ginger. I also doubled the recipe but I will cut back on the meat and put in some of the suggestions like bean sprouts, water chestnuts and red pepper…
Thanks so much for the recipe.
This was delicious! I doubled the soy sauce and added a tsp. of Chinese five spice. I topped it off with a drizzling of Sweet Thai Chili sauce.
This was so delicious, quick and easy! 😍 love it!
The first time I made this, I didn’t have ground pork on hand, so used ground beef. I also didn’t have any ginger, so added a TBS of fish sauce, and some sesame oil and some sesame seeds. It was very good and I ate on it all week at work. I did wish for more cabbage in it. Today was grocery day, so I picked up some ground pork and ginger. Just made it with the addition of fish sauce, sesame seeds and added sesame oil after it cooked. I have to say – the ground pork is MUCH better than the ground beef in terms of texture. Oh, and I added a second bag of slaw mix – now I have a perfect ratio (for me) of meat to cabbage and will be making this often! Since I’m diabetic, I can’t use the baked wontons. But am waiting for my order of Cut Da Carb flatbread to come in, and will bake some of those up the next time I make this!
When you figured the nutrition, how many wonton chips to you use as a serving? Also was that using the pork? I typically use ground chicken breast and wonder how that would effect the values.
The wonton chips are not included in the nutrition Lana.
Made it tonight… delish!
I used hamburger meat, and didn’t have any ginger on hand, so added some Fish Sauce and Sesame Oil, and sprinkled some sesame seeds over it when it was done. I probably would do two bags of coleslaw mix next time. Eating right now for lunch!
I just wanted to let you know that I have made this twice now and my kids and I love it! It’s especially tasty the next day, and it’s especially fast if you have precooked meat on hand. This is going into my regular rotation!
Thank you so much for commenting Heather! I am so glad your family loves this!
Just made this and it’s fantastic!!! Super easy and extremely delicious! I can’t wait to make it again!
This is such a quick and easy meal, I used pork and beef broth and since I used almost 2 bags of slaw mix, I did add a little more of the other ingredients. I also added a can of water chestnuts and made the egg roll strips, this is definitely a keeper.
REALLY yummy and versatile!! You can do so many things with this!! One of my most favorite things that I have made so far!! I used ground pork along with chicken broth. Technically, I cut the recipe in half and had no problems with doing that. No adjustments needed to be made on the cooking instructions. I used the end product to eat out of a bowl and also dipped corn chips in it. Thanks Ashley!!
Thank you Marge! I am so glad you liked it!
Fantastic recipe! Thank you!
I made this tonight for dinner. It was fabulous. I added double the shredded cabbage and carrot recommended though because I love lots of veggies! It cooked up just fine and tasted amazing. Thank you for sharing this recipe! It’s a favourite for us now!
Can you use a different broth then bone-in?
Yes, you can use what ever you have on hand.
I make this several times a month. It was the first IP recipe I made that I loved!!
GIRLFRIEND! This was freaking delicious !!! Thank you so much.
Just made this! Incredible! I used mild Italian Sausage(without the casings), skipped the ginger (personal preference) and topped with crunchy rice noodles and sesame seeds. I’m trying not to just grab my insert and eat until it’s gone!
P.S. I made it in my 3 qt. The perfect size😍
Really a whole tablespoon of garlic powder? And 1/ tsp salt? is that 1/2 tsp or 1/8 tsp or 1/4 tsp?
If you don’t want to add that much, don’t add that much. No one’s forcing you to do anything here. Geez!
I just made this today and it was AMAZING!! My kids and husband loved it! I did tweak it a little bit and used Jimmy Dean’s breakfast sausage, added some onion as well as, some curry powder we got in Jamaica to it. Absolutely amazing!
I made this last week and even my very picky daughter loved it! We ate the whole thing and had no leftovers! This will definitely go into the regular meal rotation at my house; it’s incredibly rare to find a meal that we all agree is delicious.
This egg roll in a bowl was amazing and so easy!
What to use if you have No bone broth
You can use any type you would like (beef, chicken, or veggie).
I like it,
Thanks so much for this recipe! Everyone in my family of 6 adored it! Even the toddler couldn’t get enough! Super yummy and super easy!
OMG! This is now a favorite! Delicious!
Yum! It was a definite hit with my family. I used 1 lb chicken tenderloins. I browned on sauce, added the liquids and spices, cooked for at 13 minutes at pressure. The chicken shredded nicely then I cooked the cabbage as suggested.
Fixed this for the first time tonighy. Had to use turkey since my dinky little town has a dinky little store. I had to drive an hr to a store that had egg roll wrappers! Anywho, I think I needed a bigger pkg of coleslaw mix. How many ounces in the pkg you recommend? What are the conversions for using fresh garlic & ginger? I used organic chicken broth instead of bone broth because I’m out. I also have a busted oven and the small toaster oven wasn’t cutting it so I jusy fried the egg roll wrappers *some a little too done – they get darker after you take them out* in a skillet with olive oil. Anyone doing it this way, keep your temp low, precut the amount you want, and keep the tongs handy! Hubs and I neither like cooked cabbage and he was skeptical but said it’s a keeper. Other than frying the chips *until my oven is replaced* this was the easiest thing to make!
So easy and yummy! My husband loved it, too! I did miss that moment between “brown and burned” with the chips, though! They weren’t burned, but very toasty! 😂
I be making them again! I’m going to put some bean sprouts in! Thank you!
Hi thank you for posting this recipe. Do you have to double the bone broth for a double batch? Thank you
I actually don’t think you would need to because you are only adding it so the pot will get to pressure.
How much salt? You have 1/. Not sure what number is missing after the /. Thank you!
1/2 tsp. So sorry! I updated the recipe to reflect this. 🙂
Actually, it hasn’t been updated! I can hardly wait to try this with ground chicken, and homemade sweet and sour sauce!
This dish was so good I wish I had doubled it for leftovers! I cleaned out the veggie drawer and added extra carrots, celery some broccoli I needed to use. I also used fresh ginger and garlic since I had it. I used ground turkey with a beef bouillon cube, a tsp of sesame oil and this came together so quickly. I even made the wrapper strips and a sweet and sour sauce on the stove to complete the meal. My 4 year old had seconds, which is awesome for as much veggie And protein is packed in! Thanks for an awesome Instant Pot meal, this is going into the rotation.
This dish was so good I wish I had doubled it for leftovers! I cleaned out the veggie drawer and added extra carrots, celery some broccoli I needed to use. I also used fresh ginger and garlic since I had it. I used ground turkey with a beef bouillon cube and this came together so quickly. I even made the wrapper strips and a sweet and sour sauce on the stove to complete the meal. My 4 year old had seconds, which is awesome for as much veggie Andrea protein is packed in! Thanks for an awesome Instant Pot meal, this is going into the rotation.
Make it in a fry pan. Turned out great!
My family gobbled this up tonight. Used ground chicken, added 1 tsp. Sesame Oil. 1 tsp. Sambal Olek and doubled the soya sauce.
So easy and delicious, thank you! I doubled the recipe in my 8 qt. IP and added a little extra ginger & shredded carrots. Perfect consistency and the egg roll chips are the perfect pairing!
HUGE HIT!!! Will definitely make again!
Made this tonight and it was amazing! Only thing is I couldn’t find wonton or egg roll wrappers. Where do you get yours?
They are usually found in the produce section near the tofu. I get mine from Walmart usually right in the refrigerated produce section.
Oh em gee! So simple and so good! I added a couple of drops of oyster sauce with the soy sauce. Delish! Not so worried about Keto or carbs so the next time I make this for the fam, I might use chow menu noodles instead of wontons. Those were great tho, but a little work. This recipe is going into regular rotation! Thank you!!
This turned out really good and is a great lower carb meal. I used 1/2 pound of ground turkey, fresh ginger and garlic, shredded a small head of cabbage, 2 carrots and added celery. I also saved some of the cabbage to add after it cooked (as suggested in an IP group), but I don’t think it made much difference. It would be perfect to prepare the meat, seasonings and broth ahead of time (and possibly freeze it) to have ready for a busy night. I baked 1/2 package of egg roll wrappers brushed with a little olive oil and that was enough for the meal. I think next time I might use more oil or use the prepared crispy chinese noodles in the summer.
Do the calories include the wontons?
Yes it does! I’m sorry I didn’t even realize. It has been updated to not include it now.
I made this on the stove and it was very good! My 10 year old daughter liked it too and she’s VERY picky. I put the egg roll wrappers in for about 15 minutes…5 minutes wasn’t enough to crisp them.
Yes it did. I have updated it now to read correctly.
49g carbs per 1 cup serving seems awfully high for a dish that’s being touted as low carb. Is this a correct value for the carbs?
Hi Dot! When the nutritional values were calculated it actually included the whole pack of wonton wrappers. I have updated the nutritional value to read correctly now.
Where do you find wonton chips?
They are wonton egg roll wrappers and they are usually found in the produce section of any grocery store. You can even pick them up at Walmart.
I really like this recipe and so does my family. I use two bags of slaw mix. I made it with ground beef the first two times and lean ground pork this week. Either way, it’s a winner.
I made this last night and am in love. Trying to cut down a few pounds so I made a few tweaks. Did 1/3 pork and 2/3 low fat beef for the meat. Added the whites of the scallions while cooking the meat and fresh bean sprouts in with the cabbage. And of course extra fresh garlic and ginger versus powdered. Used braggs aminos instead of the soy sauce. Topped with the scallion greens to garnish. It was so so so good!!! Thanks for the recipe
Would this freeze well or would the cabbage turn mushy?
What can type of broth can I use instead of Bone Broth?
You can use any type (vegetable, beef, chicken ect.) you would like.
Would it be possible to double the recipe? Would that change the cooking time?
You can absolutely double it. No additional time would be needed.
This was absolutely delicious!! A new family favorite! It was perfect for a busy weeknight. Thank you!!
So glad everyone liked it!
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I was going to make this just for myself but my husband loved it. I used a large saute pan on the stovetop and it came together so quickly. He added red pepper flakes and I added pickled ginger. We loved the eggroll wrappers made into scoops. we tried corn chips but too salty.
I don’t like cooked cabbage but this sounds so good. I may just cook it up and throw the cabbage in just before eating it.
I would love to get your recipes.
I made this tonight for my Keto husband and picky kids. I don’t even care if the kids like it… because more for me. Super yummy. And as much as I love my Instapot I made this on the stove in 20 minutes. I used fresh ginger and garlic instead of powder.
How much ginger and how many cloves of garlic did you use? Thanks!!
Do you have the nutritional facts on this meal please?
Tell me about the bone broth. How did you go about getting it? This looks delicious and I can’t wait to try it.
Hi Penny! I actually make it myself, you can find the recipe here (https://idonthavetimeforthat.com/instant-pot-bone-broth/), but you can also buy it in the soup section at your local grocery store.
How many servings of what amount foes this make?
The info has been added. 🙂
My goodness! When I am looking for a great recipe I go to Pinterest and find one. After looking at the author, it’s your 99% of the time! My family loves your recipes! Keep them coming! Thank you!
I made this last night and it is AMAZING!!!! I made it exactly how it’s written and we will definitely make this again (and again 🙂
I didn’t see how many servings it is supposed to make. Is it possible to find that out?
Lol, in my house, it would be 3!!!
I’d guess 4 or 5 (3-4oz meat + 1 serving veggie)
I would like to see what the nutrition read out is on this. Is it possible?
The nutritional info has been added. 🙂
49 grams of carbs?😳 Is that for all the wonton chips? I don’t understand how the nutritional values are calculated on this dish. This sounds yummy, though.
Hi Eileen! I didn’t realize the calculations were including the whole pack of wonton wrappers. The nutritional values have been updated now to not include that.
Very good! Added extra shredded carrots and a little more ginger and it’s fantastic!
Hi love your recipes. Wanting to onow if u have any receipes for 2 people. Small household with only a 3 qt. Instant pot. Thank you
This is a recipe for 4 servings so just cut it in half.
What size instant pot did you use?
I use a 6 Qt.
Can this be made in a wok instead I’d infant pot?
Yes it could. You would cook the meat in the wok, then add the soy sauce and seasonings. Stir that up and then throw the cabbage on top and let it cook down until it’s tender (5-10 minutes depending on how soft you want it)
I don’t understand the “0” minutes. Can you explain.thank you
You select manual then adjust the timer to 0. This means the Instant Pot will get up to pressure, then immediately switch off. This is perfect for this because it cooks the cabbage without turning it to mush. Hope that helps!
That does make sense to me now! I was also confused. Am making this tonight. Excited!
how can i make the insides without an instant pot? thank you
You would cook the meat in skillet, then add the soy sauce and seasonings. Stir that up and then throw the cabbage on top and let it cook down until it’s tender (5-10 minutes depending on how soft you want it). It’s super simple! 🙂
Do you think I could modify this to make in a crockpot? I haven’t jumped on the Instant Pot train just yet 🙂
Hi Amanda! Sure, but I think it would be better to do on the stove because it does not take that long to soften up the cabbage. You could cook the meat in a skillet, add the seasonings, then throw on the cabbage and let it cook for 5-10 minutes (based on desired tenderness). If you wanted to do it in a crock put, you would still have to brown the meat first and then add the seasonings. I think you would put in on low for about an hour or so after you add the cabbage. I have not tried this myself but it seems like it would work! 🙂
i have done this on the store as well. It’s still really good!
Made this for lunch today with the addition of some chopped water chestnuts for crunch. Very good.
Hi! Did you top it with water chestnuts or cook it with them? I’ve made this recipe before and love it!! But this sounds like a great addition.
Shut Up!!! I can’t even wait to try this!!!! My heart is singing and the clouds are parting…. Eggroll bowls! If I weren’t snowed in and short ingredients I would make it tonight!!!