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Stir-Fried Turkey in Lettuce Wraps

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To serve the wraps as sandwiches, tuck them into a split, scooped-out baguette for a variation on banh mi.

Source: Everyday Food, January/February 2010
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You can substitute any ground meat -- pork, chicken, or beef.

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  • kes935
    18 MAR, 2012
    Really good and really quick! Will make again.
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  • keneg
    2 OCT, 2011
    How do I save this to my collections
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  • marinamom
    20 AUG, 2011
    This is really good! Super quick and easy. I especially like that the ingredients are pretty simple. I think I was a little liberal with the soy sauce because they were a little salty, but I will definitely make these again. And again, and....well, you know what I mean :)
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  • Laurel82
    22 JUN, 2011
    I LOVE this recipe! So messy, but so good. They neglected to mention the garnishes of julienne of carrot and scallion and a spritz of fresh lime, which all together make for the most delectable, fresh and light dish. You must try it! You'll love it.
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  • mishi87
    15 DEC, 2010
    I LOVE THIS RECIPE, IT"S SOOOOOO DELICIOUS ;)
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  • jessicalcurtis
    10 NOV, 2010
    I make this all the time and If you don't have an ingredient in the fridge it still tastes great! LOVE IT!
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  • hbsilver
    19 MAY, 2010
    Loved this one. Easy, fast, delicious. Will definitely be making this one again.
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  • Estella_Thomason_King
    22 APR, 2010
    I've made this recipe twice. Today i turned it into grd turkey meat balls by adding a couple tablespoons of potato starch. It is going to an EarthDay potluck. The meatballs look pretty in the Boston lettuce leaves with red
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  • JenniferLT35
    1 FEB, 2010
    One of the first recipes of late that my boyfriend has raved about. Super fast and easy to make with tasty results. I have made it with both ground turkey and ground chicken and we liked it both ways. This is one recipe that will be made often.
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  • lasaunda
    16 JAN, 2010
    Not my fav Martha recipe. Kind of hard to eat it. The turkey tasted pretty good, however I wouldn't make it again.
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