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Wonderful! Made this for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Tag game Jan-June 2013 and this was a hit. I followed the instructions except for adding some garlic chili paste (for some zing) and some bean sprouts and a little more onion. Delicious and easy for a hot summer day!. Thank you for posting.

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mama smurf June 30, 2013

This was very simple to make with great results. I did not add the celery and served the pork over pasta. My fanily gobbled it up. Thanks for such a simple but great tasting recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada September 30, 2011

We felt it needed a little more zip so I added 1 tsp chili flakes and it was super good - Lettuce wraps are a favorite in this house and yours will be made again

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Bergy December 25, 2008

Very rich flavor, probably moreso since we accidentally overdid it on the sesame oil. A tasty if slightly messy appetizer, easy to make, fun to eat. Made for Pick A Chef Spring 2008.

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Lavender Lynn May 04, 2008

This is one of my favourite minced pork recipes (along with meat loaf). I always add a teaspoon of five spice powder, and a handful of dried noodles to soak up the excess pork fat. Today I added a finely diced yellow pepper to give some colour, used rice wine instead of sherry and bamboo shoots instead of water chestnuts - it's a case of using what's available in the store cupboard and experimenting!!

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Anonymous April 15, 2015
Pork Yuk Sung (Pork in Lettuce Leaves)