Instant Pot Egg Roll in a Bowl

You will love this Instant Pot egg roll in a bowl!  All you need are a few ingredients and a few packages of premade coleslaw!  I like to get the pre-packaged bag of coleslaw with shredded carrots.  This easy Egg Roll in a Bowl recipe will pressure cook for 0 minutes.  You will cook this on manual and set your pressure cook button timer to 0 minutes.   That means that you bring your Instant Pot to pressure, then quick release the pressure immediately.  You can also add some cooked wonton wrapper chips to round out the meal!  

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Egg roll filling has, over the years, it has become one of my favorite low-carb lunches to make.

Instead of my Egg roll filling bowl being fully low carb, I like to add a touch of Hoisin sauce to mine for some sweetness.  Also, over the years, I started adding broccoli slaw in addition to cabbage slaw.  I love how broccoli slaw is a tad crunchier, plus I love adding all the veggies I can for any meal!

Before I get into the actual recipe, I have created a video for you to get the gist of this recipe.

Note:  Make sure to give your meat a quick stir before adding the coleslaw mix to your pressure cooker pot.  You don’t want the meat to stick to the bottom of the pan.

You can use any ground meat of choice in this recipe.  I used ground pork in mine, but you can use ground chicken, ground turkey, or ground beef if you like.  I suggest using lean meat.  You will cook the meat using the saute function before you pressure cook the rest of the meal.  This recipe has a low prep time and tastes fantastic!  The total time of this recipe in under 10 minutes!


Toasted Sesame Oil You can sub olive oil or canola oil if

Minced Garlic  or garlic powder

Minced Ginger or tbsp ground ginger

Hoisin sauce 

rice vinegar

soy sauce or tamari if you’re gluten-free

ground pork

One bag broccoli slaw mix– found in the produce section of the grocery store.

Two bags of coleslaw mix – found in the produce section of the grocery store

Optional Ingredients: Green onions, onion, red pepper flakes, mushrooms, sriracha sauce, any other flavor you like, or cauliflower rice.

5 from 1 vote

Egg Roll Filling Dinner Bowl

Servings 4


  • 1 tablespoon toasted sesame oil
  • 4 cloves minced garlic
  • 1 teaspoon fresh minced ginger or ground ginger
  • 1 tablespoon Hoisin sauce
  • 1 teaspoon rice wine vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1 pound ground pork
  • 1 bag broccoli slaw mix
  • 2 bags cabbage coleslaw mix


  1. Turn your Instant Pot to the saute setting.  

  2. Place toasted sesame oil at the bottom of your pot. Add garlic and ginger and lightly saute.

  3. Add ground pork. Brown the pork slightly, but there is no need to cook it all the way through.

  4. Add soy sauce, hoisin sauce, rice wine vinegar, one bag of broccoli slaw one bag of cabbage slaw.

  5. Put the lid on your pot and cook on high pressure for 2 minutes. Remove lid.

  6. Stir everything together, and stir in the second bag of cabbage slaw until your mixture gets the crunchiness desired.

You should check out my other Instant Pot Egg Roll Bowls!

Southwestern Egg Roll in a Bowl

Thai Basil Egg Roll in a Bowl

Beef and Broccoli Egg Roll in a Bowl 

This was excellent and reheated wonderfully. I love having delicious and healthy food in my fridge for lunchtime. I will be using my Instant Pot to make this again for sure! If you don’t have an Instant Pot, this recipe can be made on the stovetop too! Just make sure you use a large skillet, so all of those veggies will fit in the pan!



  1. Annmarie Boyd

    5 stars
    Love this recipe, make it all the time!

  2. I am going to try this TONIGht. I think I will put it over brown rice and white sauce, my boy’s favorite.

  3. This was yummy….but i am calorie counting….so bag sizes, and how many servings are super helpful for gals like me. I can ALWays guess…..but I would rather know for sure. Thank you….I will DEFINATELY make this one again!

  4. Do you not have to aDd liquid to the pot before tou cook it somit comes ip to pressure?

  5. can you make this without an instant pot?

    • yes! I would put all of the ingredients in a large saucepan and cook until you get the texture you like. Probably cooking the meat first.

  6. Do you think some more chili and ginger will be good? My husband loves spicy food. Nice and simple recipe with instapot to try out.

  7. This is one of my favorite recipes. But I have a bit different ingredients. I will try this out. My kids will love it

  8. I am going to try this TONIGht. I think I will put it over brown rice and white sauce, my boy’s favorite.

  9. Thanks for sharing your recipe. While the general idea was nice, i had to add a ton of Hoisin sauce after plating/starting to eat to make it palatable for the family after i cooked it. It was Definitely missing something, so im going to play with it. Next time, i think i’ll saute the whites of several scallions with the ginger and garlic, then add the Scallion greens to the top of the plated meal. It’s probably because i’m Southern and used to stronger flavors, i just thought I’d leave the suggestion for anyone else who may be tryinG it for the first time. Thanks again, I’ll be making it again, but playing with some flavor changes.

  10. I made this and loved loved it. Great flavor.. I did alter it a little.. I swapped port for turkey. I added mushrooms and instead of two coleslaw pkgs, I did two broccoli and one coleslaw, you get the broccoli and peas, etc… my husband asked next time to serve on white rice. but I loved it just the way I made it. I used all ingredients as instructed. when serving I poured some sweet soy sauce.

  11. Closed pressure seal? Natural or instant release? Thanks!


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