Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Yum.  That’s all I have to say.

I like using toasted sesame oil and reduced sodium tamari as I think they taste so good.  This is what I used for this recipe.

This recipe calls for baby bok choy too, which looks like this–>

I like the baby bok choy best-it’s tender and mildly delicious! Bok choy is rich in calcium, potassium, and Vitamin A with just 20 calories a cup. It cooks quickly so always add toward the end of your cooking time.

Many Asian recipes call for a bit of ginger and green onion and this recipe is no different.

Ginger is known in Ayurvedic {Indian} medicine to be the “universal remedy.” It improves circulation, curbs nausea, and fights infections.

Canned water chestnuts add the necessary crunch to this recipe and  are often found in the Asian section of your grocery market. Drain and rinse and remember to purchased diced or sliced water chestnuts to save a bit on time.

I hope you enjoy my Asian Chicken Lettuce Wrap recipe….


Quote for you!  “Ability is what you’re capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.” ~Lou Holtz

How IS your attitude holding up?  Don’t sweat the small stuff and remember to be thankful for all the good in your life.  ….like a roof over your head, a loved one, a sunny day, fall foliage, silly kids, or perhaps a crazy but lovable dog { I have that one covered!}

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