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Substitute KRAFT Sweet 'N Sour Sauce for the hoisin sauce mixture.
Slice green onions stems lengthwise to make thin strips. Dip into boiling water for a few seconds to soften; transfer to ice water to cool. Use as directed.
The carrots provide a good source of vitamin A in this low-calorie low-fat Asian-inspired appetizer!
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.
Absolutely Delicious! The taste is very fresh and has a definite Asian-flare. I used bagged cole slaw mix with diced green onions, tossed in fat-free Miracle Whip. I spooned the mixture onto large lettuce leaves and then added a dash of soy sauce and a small sprinkling of slivered almonds to each wrap. They were crunchy and packed with flavor. Also, I made 4 of them - just as a quick lunch for me - and they were very filling for only about 80 calories total!
This was an inspiring recipe although I did things a bit differently. I got large leaf iceberg lettuce and used low fat sesame ginger dressing from kraft instead of the hoisin sauce. In the pre-packaged salad area in the grocery store they had a package of pre-julienned veggies including broccoli hearts, carrot, cabbage, and I added celery for a crunch. also fresh flaked tuna added a great bit of lean protein to this dish. I put enough "stuffing" inside the leaves to make two small "burritos" for my boyfriend and I each. they were fabulous. maybe I will try it with a bit of chilled rice or cous cous next time. will make again!!
I made these for a date night at home. It could really have used some flavoring besides the hoisin sauce which I'm not a huge fan of. The Mayo did nothing for it and it was difficult to wrap tightly in the lettuce so a lot would fall out. I think with a different sauce and maybe a different lettuce leaf (we used Boston) this could definitely be better. It was fun to try though!