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Chicken Lettuce Wraps with Sweet and Spicy Sauce
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sistercainsbro Posted: 04/23/10
CookinConner Posted: 03/29/11
Excellent! A few changes - I took some fresh chicken breast, poached it and let it cool enough for me to finely dice it. I added it to the cole slaw mixture, dumped the sauce over top and mixed it well. I didn't even bother with the peanuts. It would be good with some green onion in there. The sauce is very good and would be good on so many things.
emalikai Posted: 04/19/09
These lettuce wraps were delicious! I changed the recipe a little. I used ground chicken instead of grilled. I browned the meat and then added all the liquid ingredients and the peanuts and water chestnuts. I will mke this again for sure!
Margorita Posted: 06/01/11
Great!!!! Light, healthy protein, low carb, tons of flavor & good for a hot summer day. Like the other reviewer, I poached and shredded the chicken. Instead of wrapping it up in lettuce leaves, I just tossed the slaw mix with the chicken, chestnuts and peanuts like a salad. Then topped with some of the dressing, which I watered down a little to thin it out. I didn't toast the peanuts, they are already dry-roasted. I was dining solo, so I didn't mix the entire batch up, just tossed a single serving together for tonight's meal. Looking forward to having more for lunch tomorrow!
NessaClair Posted: 09/20/11
I love this! I make it about every other week. It is a great quick meal. I usually substiute broccoli or rainbow slaw for the cabbage.
gchang55 Posted: 04/25/12
fantastic. didn't use peanuts, mixed sauce with chicken instead of drizzling. tasty, healthy, and will definitely make again
mmjboyer Posted: 06/20/12
This was a great recipe! I used ground chicken, like some of the other reviewers. I browned it and then added the water chestnuts (which I chopped) and broccoli slaw (instead of cabbage). After cooking a few minutes, I added the sauce, and heated it through. I decided to leave out the red pepper (for my 7 y.o. who loved the recipe). Instead, I made a side sauce of soy sauce, rice vinegar, and chinese hot mustard. It was delicious....and I will definitely make it again!!
EarthaK Posted: 05/24/12
So delicious and easy! I got a great, quick summer meal without heating the kitchen.