Singapore Lettuce Wraps

Singapore Lettuce Wraps

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  • Prep

    10 m
  • Cook

    25 m
  • Ready In

    35 m
Recipe by  COLLEGE INN® Broth

“Get to Asia in less than half an hour with this tasty appetizer for about 5 people. Fresh and healthy and easy to eat. ”

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Original recipe yields 6 servings



  1. Combine rice and broth in large saucepan. Bring to boil; reduce heat. Cover and simmer 20 to 25 minutes or until liquid is absorbed.
  2. Stir in chicken, bell pepper, green onion and cilantro. Let cool.
  3. Spoon rice mixture into lettuce leaves. Garnish with peanuts and drizzle with hot sauce, if desired.

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I was at the grocery store today and saw this box of College Inn Thai Coconut Curry broth. Last week I used their White Wine and Herb, also from their "Culinary Broth" line. I made the GREATEST and easiest shrimp scampi i have EVER made in my life. I really reccomend trying these broths out, they cut your cooking and prep time in HALF, or more. and they are so very tasty, they dont taste commercial at all. Anyway, back to the recipe at hand. When I saw the recipe on the back, I had to try it, tonite! I, of course, tried a few things different. While the rice and broth were cooking, I cooked the chicken WITH the peppers, cilantro, and green onions. I came across this awesome seasoning blend from McCormick. Its called Far East Sesame Ginger Blend. I added a small amount because of the overwheming aromas coming from the broth. I felt i might overdo the seasoning. "You can always add more later, but you cant take it away!" my mothers voice rings true....ahhhhhhh boy...... (LOL) After adding the chicken mixture to the rice, I felt it still needed some tang. I had a jar of Dole Mandarin Oranges. I threw about 1/3 cup or so in there along with some of the juice from the jar. (The oranges nearly disengrated, great flavor, but if u r looking fwd to the texture and chill of the orange, id say add it right when u r ready to lay the misture on the lettuce leaf.) I sprinkled about 1/4 to 1/2 tsp of ginger, and then topped off the dish with roasted sesame seeds. The onl



Good! Prerequisite: Ask myself, "Do I like Thai food?" If the answer is "Yes," then you will love these!

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