DIY Recipe: Delicious Mike's Vegetarian Thai Lettuce Wraps

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Mike's Vegetarian Thai Lettuce Wraps.

Mike's Vegetarian Thai Lettuce Wraps You can make Mike's Vegetarian Thai Lettuce Wraps using 35 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Mike's Vegetarian Thai Lettuce Wraps

  1. It’s of ● For The Vegetables & Herbs [all rinsed dried & fully chilled].
  2. Prepare of ● Authors Note: All Ingredients Are As Needed Or To Taste.
  3. It’s Leaves of Fresh Thai Basil.
  4. Prepare of Chopped Red Thai Chilies.
  5. Prepare Leaves of Fresh Cilantro.
  6. It’s of Thin Sliced Diakon Radishes.
  7. You need of Thin Sliced Asian Pear.
  8. You need of Fresh Water Spinach [pickled & divided].
  9. Prepare Leaves of Fresh Mint.
  10. It’s of Fine Minced Lemongrass.
  11. You need of Fresh Crispy Bean Sprouts.
  12. You need of Thin Sliced Bok Choy.
  13. It’s of Thin Sliced Fresh Ginger.
  14. Prepare of Thin Sliced Fresh Shitake Mushroom Tops.
  15. Prepare of Chopped Bamboo Shoots.
  16. You need of Thin Sliced Water Chestnuts.
  17. It’s of Thin Sliced Jalapenos.
  18. You need of Thin Sliced Carrots.
  19. Prepare of Thin Sliced Vidalia Onions.
  20. You need of Thin Sliced Red Onions.
  21. Prepare of Chopped Green Onions.
  22. It’s of Thin Sliced Asian Cucumbers.
  23. It’s Leaves of Fresh LG Lettuce.
  24. It’s of ● For The Sauces/Options.
  25. It’s of Thai Nam Prik Sauce [see my recipe – preferred].
  26. Prepare of Quality Fish Sauce.
  27. Prepare of Quality Soy Sauce.
  28. You need of Hot Thai Mustard.
  29. Prepare of Hoisin Sauce.
  30. It’s of Oyster Sauce.
  31. It’s of Plumb Sauce.
  32. You need of Sriracha Sauce.
  33. You need of Sriracha Garlic Sauce.
  34. It’s of Sweet Asian Chile Sauce.
  35. It’s of Toasted Sesame Seeds.

Mike's Vegetarian Thai Lettuce Wraps step by step

  1. Chop up all of your fresh chilled veggies and herbs..
  2. Pile vegetables on your fresh chilled crispy lettuce leaves..
  3. Definitely serve with Thai Nam Prik Sauce. See my recipe. This sauce is as common on Thai tables as ketchup is here on ours in the US..
  4. But, add whatever sauces you'd like..
  5. Enjoy!.

recipe by MMOBRIEN @cookpad