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We enjoyed these emensly! I forgot to buy cucumber so I subbed bell pepper and sweet onion for it. I also didn't use the mint. My DH told me it was better that the Asian lettuce wrap at one of the chain restaurants. Next time I plan on trying it with the cucumber! Thanks for posting. Made for Help A Naked Recipe.

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AcadiaTwo September 28, 2012

My daughter made these for me one day. I was going to post it but found that you already had. My daughter got this recipe from a cookbook called The Healthy Beef Cookbook. It is a very little and tastey meal.

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jaynedebra September 16, 2009

I don't recall where I originally found this recipe, but I've made this before using a very similar recipe (without the mint). I serve the veggies chopped (julienned) and on the side to add as you make your roll. I've made this for a quick easy dinner with our neighbors... everyone loved it! I've also substituted chopped chicken with ok results, am sure you can make a vegetarian version with tofu. This is a fun recipe for an "asian" themed dinner. Make some soba noodles and some Vietnamese summer rolls (goi cuon) and you have a great summer meal. Hope you enjoy it! Cheers

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Sadie's Dad September 07, 2008

I made these last and they were really good! I added about 1/2 tsp chinese 5 spice powder, and didn't mix all the veggies in...I let my guests build their wraps themselves. I also used edamame, and did not use mint. Thai sweet and spicy sauce was an excellent addition as well, as a dipping sauce.

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lmark July 10, 2008
Express Asian Beef Lettuce Wraps