February 24, 2010

Asian Lettuce Wraps

2 chicken breasts, cut into little pieces
dash of garlic powder
dash of ginger
dash of cumin
1 bag frozen stir-fry veggies
4 T peanut butter
1/3 c. Teriyaki sauce
1/2 c. chicken stock
1 squeeze of a lemon
1 head Bibb lettuce

1. Spray a large pan with Olive Oil Pam. Bring to med/high heat and put chicken in pan. Add spices. (If you like spicy, then add some red pepper, too) Cook until golden brown on all sides.

2. Turn heat down to med/low. Add Teriyaki sauce, chicken stock, and peanut butter. Stir until sauce is smooth.

3. Add veggies and turn temp back up just a bit. Add another layer of spices. Cover.

4. Let steam until veggies are warmed through. Uncover, squeeze in a bit of lemon juice and let simmer until sauce is beginning to thicken.

5. Remove from heat and serve on lettuce leaves.

Yields 10 wraps, apx. 100 calories each.

I ate 4 of these for lunch today and it was very filling. Only 400 calories with nearly 5 grams of fiber and lots of protein.

I think I would like them just as much without the peanut butter, so I may leave that out next time. It does add a richness and helps thicken the sauce though. I have heard some people talk about powdered peanut butter? Perhaps that would be an option.

Anyway--if you try these let me hear about it.


The Accidental Fat Chick said...

Those sound soooo good! Thanks for sharing. :-)

Norma Jean said...

So glad you put these on here! I was thinking how yummy they sounded on your post the other day! Keep up all the hard & rewarding work! You are doing a wonderful job! Thanks for taking us on the journey with you. :)

Stephanie said...

Oh YUM!!! I am definitely gonna have to try these!

Your pics are amazing too! Looking good, girl! : )

Stacey at Living by Faith said...

That sounds yummy! I want to come over for lunch! Lunches are never very fancy around here.

Kristina said...

OMGosh.........Im hungry now! lol

TJ said...

YUM! I love asian lettuce wraps! Thanks for sharing! :)

Taylor said...

These look good! I am a PPB person and I don't think it would work. I have tried cooking with it and it dosen't work out very good.

Jen said...

Yum, those look great.