We loved these lettuce wraps for a nice, light lunch. I used Romaine lettuce, instead of iceberg, which didn't roll very well due to the thick midrib, but this was no fault of the recipe. Also, I used stone ground mustard and coleslaw mix. These go together very quickly and easily and I will definitely make these again.
i had everything available from a week end party, what a great way to use them
I couldnt find any sugar free thousand island dressing, so I did a 'deconstructed' thousand island. I put a small amount of lite mayo and then half sour pickles (no sugar added in these pickles) in the sandwich. Delish! A nice change from salads all the time.
I used a blanched cabbage leave, Dijon mustard and sauerkraut. Nuked it for 30 seconds and it was fantastic! Next time I think I will try turkey pastrami or honey ham. Thx. for posting a very versatile recipe. Oh my, I have muscadine grape leaves... I will test this with those blanched as well.
Fantastic! I used green leaf lettuce, baby swiss, thousand island dressing, my dad's homemade sauerkraut and roast beef. I can't believe the grocery store didn't have any pastrami! Anyway, this made a great lunch and dinner as I just couldn't get enough! I will definately be eating this again. Thanks!
This was great. I was leary at first, but Shelly made some and I couldn't get enough of it. We used a mild napa cabbage.
I was so delightfully surprised by how much I loved these! I would seriously eat these even if I was not on phase 1 of the South Beach diet. I used Napa cabbage as the "bread", dijon mustard and sauerkraut along with half a slice of pre-packaged Swiss and pastrami thinly sliced from the deli counter in each wrap. Very tasty and easy lunch or snack you can throw together without chopping or heating anything up. Thank you papergoddess for a keeper recipe! :)