These wraps satisfy on every level, delivering the perfect balance of sweet, salt, heat, and crunch in each bite. Ground turkey, pork, and beef all make good substitutes for the chicken.
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Not bad but a little bland unless you add a lot of Sriracha, which I am not a huge fan of as all that does is add heat while covering some of the more subtle flavors. We added some hoisin sauce to amp it up and I would do this again but something was still missing. Would still definitely make this again as a quick, easy, delicious and healthy weeknight dinner.
In the description by the author she states "sweet, salt, heat, and crunch". Accurately describes the dish for most people. I do like spicy, hot so I increased the sriracha in the wok along with topping the chicken on the lettuce. Only note I made during the stir fry was to add a bit of water during the cooking of the chicken. Meat was sticking a bit to the wok. I like it well enough to place in my recipe box.
I would cut the brown sugar to 1 tablespoon, but otherwise very tasty, and easy.
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