No ImageTeriyaki Chicken Lettuce Wraps

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  1. Susan Mouzon

    Made this tonight instead of our usual Friday night takeaway from the local Thai place. Absolutely delicious. The sauce is wonderful. I made nut free satay skewers and goyazas …My husband (tough American expat) said he felt like we were in a top Thai restaurant.

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  2. Amie

    Made this tonight. It was delicious! 5 ⭐️!!

  3. Rosie Lucchesini-Jack

    Hi there..I made this tonight and hubs, 8yo daughter and I thought it was great. My only change was to use chopped cashews in lieu of the peanuts on top of the wraps. Other than that, I prepared the recipe as is. Thanks for such an easy and tasty recipe.

    • Lisa

      Thanks for trying out the recipe, Rosie! Glad you enjoyed it!

  4. leskap19

    I made this last night for my family. I really enjoyed the teriyaki also. I used a variety of vegetables that I had leftover from another recipe and diced them all into similar sized pieces (red pep, zuchini, green beans, yams, eggplant). Turned out great and a great way to use leftovers. Next time I will add some sort of minced chili pepper to add some zip.

  5. Mark Anderson

    Made this the day it was posted. I tried rolling them in lettuce but soon lost patience. It’s a terrible delivery system–too slow. What’s needed is a really large bowl of lettuce topped with the teriyaki chicken. I doubled the sauce recipe. Next time I’ll make even more.

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    • Lisa

      Thanks for trying out the recipe, Mark! I agree with Elise—try to use butter lettuce leaves if you can. However, making this into a big salad bowl is a great idea, too. Whatever works for you!

    • Elise Bauer

      Hi Mark, it helps to use butter lettuce leaves, because they do form rather perfect cups for holding filling. Then you just pinch them and eat the lettuce wrap like a taco.

  6. Nadejda Taylor

    Thank you for teaching how to make teriyaki sauce: easy indeed, and the fragrance of the fresh garlic and ginger fills the kitchen with happiness.

  7. Dipti

    This recipe looks so delicious and I also mentioned about the teriyaki sauce what is actually great with any kind of stir-fry recipe. Finally, I appreciate your awesome recipe and thank a lot.

  8. Laura @ Raise Your Garden

    Hi Elise! I agree store-bought teriyaki is way too sweet for me as well. Ever Since I’ve slowly switch to a super healthy diet to help off set some of my health issues, everything tastes too sweet! I love light and refreshing recipes for summer too. Great inspiration!!

  9. flying kitty

    this looks really yummy. Lettuce in place of bread is a lot lighter and fresher. I love it.