Easy Lettuce Wraps

Easy Lettuce Wraps

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"Lettuce leaves are great wraps for stir-fried pork. This fun recipe is bursting with Asian flavors!"

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Directions

  1. Combine stir-fry sauce, sherry and cornstarch; set aside.
  2. Stir-fry pork, onion and garlic together in hot wok or large skillet over high heat until pork is no longer pink; drain excess fat. Add stir-fry sauce mixture; cook, stirring, until pork is evenly coated with sauce. Remove from heat; stir in cilantro and sesame oil. To serve, place desired amount of meat mixture in lettuce leaf and wrap to enclose.
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iheartvln
6/16/2010

I thought it was really good! I didn't have all that it required so I swapped out the stir-fry sauce for teriyaki, the sherry for red wine, sesame oil for safflower oil and added soy sauce and lime juice. Then I didn't have cornstarch so I sub'ed with flour.. used chicken instead of pork and didn't add as much cilantro. haha I guess it is pretty far off from the recipe but it was amazing still!

all4shoes2003
6/13/2004

YUM! Great use for ground pork! I didn't have cilantro so I chopped up some bok choy for color. Also served with some bok choy leaves as well as lettuce. Very, very, easy. I'll make this again.

JDVMD
5/4/2004

Wow, wow and more wow! I am one happy camper right now. Made this for lunch and cannot believe how simple and quick this was. This is delicious. I omitted the corn starch because I didn't have any but I don't even think you need it. I also substituted brandy for the dry sherry since I was out. Next time, I will up the cilantro amount because I love cilantro or will try the whole cilantro in the wrap thing. This is really good and I found myself picking at the pan and eating it without the lettuce. I think it would also be good served over rice or asian noodle dish. Great stuff. Try it and you will be amazed.