Rinse lettuce leaves, keeping them whole. Set aside to drain.
Cook chicken in a large skillet over medium heat, stirring often to break up the meat. Add onion, garlic, soy sauce, hoisin sauce, ginger, vinegar and chili sauce. Cook until the meat is crumbled and brown. Add water chestnuts and green onions. Cook until onions begin to wilt, about 2 minutes.
Stir in sesame oil. Arrange lettuce leaves on the outer edge of a platter. Spoon meat mixture in center. Allow diners to spoon meat mixture into lettuce leaves and eat like a taco.
Asian chili pepper sauce can be found in the Asian section of most supermarkets. Some brands contain garlic, which is fine. You can use 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper or 1/2 teaspoon dried red chili flakes instead.
27 reviews Guest: Leslie
I made this with ground turkey and added some minced mushrooms plus extra chili sauce. Delicious can't wait to make it again!
I made these, but just cut the chicken in small chunks, also added about 2 TBSP of fresh cilantro, and a few TBSP of brown sugar and about 1 TSP of Garlic Salt and 1/4 cup of crushed almonds for some more crunch, these were absolutely delicious and would recommend to anyone!
Very good and simple! I added diced carrots and cashews and was heavy-handed with the Sriracha!!
This is a keeper!
These are soooooo good! Easy to make and the flavors are wonderful together. Tastes just like PF Changs. Thank you for posting it!
I didn't have hoisen sauce, so I substituted it with black bean garlic and a little brown sugar. I also added shitake mushrooms. It was a hit with the little one who started by saying that "he doesn't eat THAT" and almost ate 3 wraps later!!!
Awesome. Closest receipe I've found yet for these. If you put it in the recipe builder for weight watchers point value is 9 instead of 8 based of 4 servings. But worth every bite. Thanks.
Guest: Dr. Deb
The lettuce wraps at PF Chang's are my daughter's favorite! I invited her and her husband for dinner and made these and she loved them. Highly recommend! It was pretty easy to make and I followed the recipe exactly.
Love this recipe! I make it all the time and have given it to at least 5 other
People who also now make it all the time! It is great to make in large batches and freeze for later.
(NOTE: I made this recipe for a serving size of 10) WOW!! These came out GREAT! I was a little intimidated by the recipe at first, but all the seasonings and sauces were easily found in the Asian section at my grocery store. I did make a few minor alterations though. I decided to use ground turkey instead of ground chicken, because turkey is cheaper- and they came out just as good, if not better! I also increased the Hoisen sauce by 2t, then when the meat was finished and was in the bowl for serving, I drizzled a diluted bit of the Hoisen sauce over the meat. (The aroma will knock your socks off!) I also cut the chili sauce down to 2 1/2 tabl... read more
Excellent but added 4 shiitakes which were chopped with the chestnuts and increased the hoisin to 1/2c and soy to 3T.
wow these were so good, my son couldn't stop eating them. We cooked come brown rice to eat with them and actually put the rice inside the lettuce with the meat and it was delicious. I used chicken breast chopped up finely and it worked great.
This recipe is the REAL deal. I was impressed with the taste. I used a combination of ground chicken and finely chopped chicken breast. It really taste like PF Chang's version.
These lettuce wraps are so delicious!!! Definitely taste just like P.F. Chang's! I decided to make these for my twin, who is a vegetarian. So I substituted firm tofu for the chicken. I cooked it just like I would have cooked the chicken. It was fantastic!!! Just as tasty as the chicken! I am a fan of tofu myself, so I love that I have two ways I can make this recipe. We also decided to chop some peanuts to sprinkle on top. YUM!
Guest: Foodie 8
I made this for my family who ALL order the lettuce wraps when they go to P F Changs. Very close in taste to the original. At home this is a whole meal, not appetizer. DELICIOUS, nutritious and satisfing!
My family loves P. F. Chang's lettuce wraps. We live 90 miles away from the closest restaurant so we don't get them as often as we like. This recipe is as close as you can get to the real thing. It was fabulous! P.S. I doubled the recipe except for the onion!