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Excellent. Fast & Yummy. Used head lettuce which was a pain to not rip leaf, next time will try romaine.
If healthy is your wish, Then this is definately your wish! GREAT way to start 2010, TRUE! Used tamari so was less salty too! Honestly, was lazy, didn't cut capsicum as fine as could be, But you know who was going to notice? ONLY ME! GRABBED camera right away, As being colourful, it brightened my day! Might not be the perfect shot, Added 2 tablespoons hot chilli so it was hot! Added spring onion, did dice! This recipe IS very nice! Thanks! OH, says serves 4, Honestly would think could serve alot more!
Loved it! I had gotten the recipe off of the WW website and was just coming to post it here. To quote DH's words... "Hon, feel free to make this any time you want to!" Even the picky 10 year old loved it. Served with rice for a filling, yummy 8 pt meal!
7/26/07 very yummy, I added a little extra soy sauce and changed some of the vegetables to use what I had on hand. I also cut this down to 2 servings. I'll be making this again, I loved it! Thanks for posting. UPDATE 2/6/08 I used this recipe a little different. I made it as stated but instead of using lettuce cups I added 8 cups of beef broth to the beef mixture and brought to a boil and added a pkg of lo mein noodles and cooked until done. I served it as a soup with chinese mustard and chopped green onion to taste.
Absolutely loved this! Quick to fix and lots of flavor in a healthy meal. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Love these lettuce cups! A real taste treat, love the hint of ginger and all the ingredients seem to belong together! I will be making these again, thanks for sharing a keeper!