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I made this last night for dinner. It was terrific. I substituted cabbage and water chestnuts for the tofu, used more garlic than called for and left out the vegetable oil completely. It was very tasty and a good summer time meal.
I made these with ground turkey and didn't use tofu (didn't have it on hand). I also served with a sauce suggested in the reviews of another recipe (1 tsp sesame oil, 2 tbsp soy sauce, 2 tbsp rice wine vinegar, 1 tbsp chile paste). In my opinion the sauce put this recipe over the top! I will definitely be making these on a regular basis. So easy and tasty. Thanks!
Sorry, but I have to tell you...this just didn't work for me at all. I made the filling
exactly as described and it was very tasty. But when I tried to wrap the filling,
the lettuce kept breaking and they ended up looking just awful.
Very good. It did need additional hoisin chile paste soy sauce & sesame oil. We mixed the rice into the pork mixture which made filling the lettuce leaves a bit easier; however they are still quite messy. Messy but yummy!
My husband and I Loved this! We love to eat the wraps at the Yardhouse- and this seemed close to that recipe! I doubled the sauce per someone elses review and added 1 cup crushed peanuts! Awesome! Will definitely make this again
I had been looking for a great lettuce wrap recipe ever since I had them at a famous asian restaurant. These are it!! I made them with local shrimp and they were just divine. I need more practice with pulling the lettuce off in a whole leaf but this recipe is good enough to keep trying!