I use ice berg lettuce leaves, but you can adapt and use any lettuce you have. Another thing to remember is, make sure the beef is slightly on the drier side. While cooking the mince, if you’ve left it at a gravy consistency, simply cook it uncovered till the juices dry up, stirring occasionally to ensure it doesn’t burn.
I didn’t just stop there. I threw in some thinly sliced onion, a slice of tomato and some chopped coriander leaves.
As options, you could use steamed prawns and a cocktail sauce, you could use leftover grilled chicken with some sauteed onions and mushrooms and so much more. I like to think of this as a healthy snack; there’s no carbs. If you decide to whip up some lettuce wraps, I’d love to hear from you. Leave me a comment and tell me what you used as a filling. You could send me some pictures or a link too, I’d be happy to feature them here.
Here’s to healthy snacking!
Crunchy Lettuce Wraps
Leftover beef mince
A few slices of onion
A few slices of tomato
Fresh coriander leaves, chopped
Wash, pat dry and separate as many layers of ice berg lettuce as you’d want wraps.
Place a spoonful of the beef mince, a few slices of onion, a slice of tomato and some chopped coriander leaves.
Wrap it snugly, so that the filling doesn’t fall out. As a precaution, I used some small cocktail sticks to keep everything in place.
Place on a platter and serve.