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I changed this recipe just a bit by adding 1 1/2 cups of cooked rice vermicelli and 1 cup of diced carrots, and also doubled the stir-fry sauce. It turned out tasting exactly like in the restaurants! I think without these add-ins it tastes a little too oily for me.

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Asian Hybrid July 25, 2002

Great recipe! Only change I would make is to substitute Hoisin sauce for the ketsup. I think you'll get that smokey, rich flavor in the sauce :)

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Bento or Bust February 23, 2011

This recipe didn't really taste anything like PF Chang's recipe. It was okay but not like the real thing.

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keropi June 29, 2002

I have made this several times and it is awesome!!! I got lots of compliments from friends. A tip: I started using ground chicken instead of the chicken breast. You don't have to mince it and works nicely for filling the lettuce.

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lmazur2 June 01, 2011

Spot on flavor. We really enjoyed this! It was soupy though and next time I might add a little corn starch at the end. I will also buy the little rice noodles in the store so that it is identical to the restaraunt recipe.

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WW Girl August 22, 2010

Awesome! I will make this again soon - and will try rice or noodles as an option. Using ground chicken makes it so easy!

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Jensnook April 19, 2011

These were so good and easy to make. I too made both Chili's and these. They are so close to the same. Can't say which is best. Thanks Lali.

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Tisso February 24, 2002

Absolutely delicious! I used ground chicken instead of chicken breast, which avoided the added step of chopping. I also simply diced the water chestnuts and baby bella mushrooms and substituted green onions, which I added to the pan along with the mushrooms and water chestnuts. I used about 1/4 of the "special sauce" in the pan for the last few seconds of stir-frying then used the rest as the topping. Next time I will double the stir fry sauce. My daughter asked if we could eat them again tomorrow night. I guess that is a testimony to how great this recipe is! Beats takeout any day!

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rosebud_ga January 27, 2011

YUM! We've done these a few times, and they are great! We add ginger in there somewhere, plus we do extra chicken, chopped carrots, and rice.

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AbercrombieKitty46 October 16, 2010

To: e.ringwald You wrote, "Not to mention chang's does not even keep ketchup on site! (not authentic Chinese condiment)." You couldn't be more wrong. Ketchup was INVENTED by the Chinese!

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CalGal June 25, 2010
P. F. Chang's Chicken Lettuce Wraps