Would definitely make this recipe again. It was very quick and easy, and turned out well when I was generous with the seasonings. I also eliminated the water from the first step and added garlic and shredded carrots as suggested. Served on top of chopped cabbage and rice.
Thai Chicken in Cabbage Leaves
kipsnk Posted: 01/06/09
kmweber Posted: 12/15/09
I really liked this recipe. Fast and easy enough for a weeknight meal, but with a totally different flavor profile than the usual. My kids can take a little heat and they liked it too. Didn't find it bland in the least.
reneemdi Posted: 03/03/10
This is really good and my entire family loves it! Can be on the table in 20 minutes.
MabyCMendoza Posted: 03/12/09
Wow I searched and searched for this recipe. This is my third time making it. It is not bland at all. Some people just like alot of heat. I've made just the wraps because it's a meal by it's self. Today I'm making the white rice w/snow peas and red bell pepper. I can't wait. We all loved it the past 2 times. Just follow the recipe!
sml1979 Posted: 04/13/10
The recipe was very easy to make and turned out just about how I thought it would. I was trying to recreate the larb gai I LOVE at the Thai place and though it wasn't exactly the same taste (it never is), it was fresh flavors and a very healthy dish overall. I made it just like the recipe except I only used a few tablespoons of water.
chriskitten8 Posted: 08/22/11
These were delicious!! I used ground turkey as that's all I had (same difference), and didn't add the cup of water while cooking the meat (not sure why I would?), but otherwise, made it the same. It was so robust with flavor! The lime and fish sauce are the perfect compliment. This was cheap and easy -- definitely will make this again and again!
CatieBird Posted: 09/20/12
This just didn't live up to my expections. However, my boyfriend love it, which really surprised me. I'll probably make it again but change some of the things I add to the chicken. Also I don't think i'm a big fan of fish sauce... it kinds rubbs me the wrong way. Maybe, i'll use soy instead....