This is one of my long forgotten favorites that I haven’t made it a quite a while. My cousin Ashley introduced me to the world of lettuce wraps back when I was visiting her one summer in Kansas City, at Blue Koi, a simplistic and fresh Chinese restaurant.
3. Spoon small portions onto the leaves. It should make enough for 6 servings depending on the amount of meat mixture you put on each leaf. Serve with brown rice to make the meal more filling and to help you from being tempted to eat them all yourself.
Kristen, lettuce waps are the best! Hope you enjoy them!
I’d also forgotten about lettuce wraps. We’ll be making these soon.
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I love lettuce wraps and yours look great! Been way too long since I had them.
Thanks for sharing at the hearth and soul hop.
Alexa- you should treat yourself and start making them again.
Alisa- if you bring the supplies we can make them when you come down!!
i miss eating your lettuce wraps in the kitchen, katie mae! i may just have to make them for myself.
Oh, I used to make these all the time, and had just forgotten. What a great reminder. I especially love water chestnuts, and my eye just jumps right to them. Thanks for sharing with the Hearth and Soul hop.
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I would to have some of those for lunch. I know it is cold up here but sometimes I miss the crunchy texture of a lettuce.
Thanks for sharing.