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Here’s a great dish for anyone who likes tacos or Asian-style dishes but wants to follow a healthy diet! I think we all would like to enjoy our favorite dishes without having to worry about extra fat or carbs.
Sometimes it’s difficult to try and figure out a way to make those dishes leaner – but that’s exactly why we are here, to help you find out about the best recipes! These lettuce wraps are a great example of a healthy meal that your whole family will love. This recipe is perfect for anyone both short on time, and cash. Easy to make, they can be prepped for the work week ahead, for a fraction of the price you’d pay in a restaurant.
You can also add chopped peanuts or an Asian-style teriyaki dressing to create a Thai inspired flair. This recipe makes about 4 heaping servings, and is a healthy snack at any time. Double the recipe and you’ve got a delicious, healthy appetizer for a large crowd!
Recipe courtesy of Today. Image courtesy of I Heart Nap Time.