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Larb Lettuce Cups #ImprovCooking

By Sue Lau @zzazzazza

Larb Lettuce Cups are a Thai style ground chicken appetizer with herbs, flavored with peanuts and the traditional flavors of hot, sour, salty, and sweet.
Larb Lettuce Cups #ImprovCooking

Larb Lettuce Cups

By Sue Lau | Palatable Pastime

Larb Lettuce Cups are my recipe of the day with the blogging group Improv Cooking Challenge. We get together once a month to create a recipe utilizing two very specific ingredients. This month the options were putting meat and nuts together into one recipe.

Larb Lettuce Cups #ImprovCooking

This recipe has been in my files for a little while, so I am glad to be able to share it with you.

It is pretty much low carb, as the traditional recipe uses ground rice in it as a thickener. I have opted to use peanut flour/meal in this one. It does double duty to thicken and add the nutty flavor you want without added starch.

Being low carb, I also utilized stevia, which is one of my sugarless sweeteners of choice that I use. You can use brown sugar if it doesn't matter to you.

While this is listed as an appetizer I would actually eat this for my dinner, where it serves two. I love having light foods like this when the weather warms and I don't want a heavy meal.

Larb Lettuce Cups #ImprovCooking

Improv Cooking Challenge: May 2020

Ingredients: Meat and Nuts

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