字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey everyone, it's Natasha of Natashaskitchen.com. Today we're making our favorite shrimp lettuce wraps. This is a quick and healthy dinner and do not skip that peanut dipping sauce. You'll be surprised how easy it is to whip up and it's better than any restaurant sauce we've tried. We'll start with the shrimp. I have one pound of large shrimp here that I've patted dry with the paper towel. Seasoned lightly with salt and pepper and stir to combine. Place a large pan over medium-high heat and add a tablespoon of oil. Once the oil is hot, add the shrimp in a single layer and saute about two minutes per side or just until it's cooked through. Transfer those to a plate and let them cool to room temperature while you prep the rest of your ingredients. Peel and julienne one medium carrot or slice it into thin matchsticks. Now do the same thing with your cucumbers. If you're using mini cucumbers or English cucumbers, there's no need to peel the skin. Also pit, peel and slice one medium of avocado into thin strips. You'll need 1/2 of a small bunch of cilantro and we just cut it in the middle because I think big pieces of cilantro are fun in lettuce wraps. But you can chop it coarsely if you prefer. To wrap these up, you'll need one head of lettuce and this kind of lettuce goes by many names. You'll see it called Boston, bib, or butter lettuce and if you have trouble finding this, you can also use hearts of romaine leaves. Cut out and remove the tough center, then pull apart the leaves into individual cups. Transfer everything to a serving platter and last but not least, the two ingredient peanut dipping sauce. We use half a cup of low-fat sesame ginger dressing and about one and a half to two tablespoons of creamy peanut butter. Add those together to a mason jar or to a Tupperware container with a tight-fitting lid and shake shake shake until it's creamy smooth and well combined. All right, everything's ready and all that's left is to assemble these and then it's party time. And when you serve these, just be prepared with a whole wad of paper towels because... oh you're not gonna want to stop with the sauce. Oh my goodness! Okay, here we go. Let's make some cuz I am getting hungry. Okay, so we start with the lettuce and then these are perfect for parties, because everybody can make their own and put whatever they like on there. So we're gonna add some carrots and a little bit of all of our veggies that we've prepped. Some fresh cucumber and avocado. I will get our hands dirty because we can. YUM! And I love lots of avocado in here. Okay, there we go and shrimp of course. Put a few on each one. My mouth is watering right now because I know how good these are. And that sauce... I am telling you, it's amazing. It's so easy and seriously good. And then last but not least, a little bit of cilantro. It adds a nice fresh pop of flavor. Okay, and then the sauce. I'm just gonna pour it on. That's my favorite part. Okay, here we go. Oh my goodness! Yum, yum! Okay and then the trick is getting them into your mouth as fast as possible. So here we go, kind of fold them into like a little lettuce burrito If you will. Okay, here we go. I can't wait any longer. These hit the spot every single time and that peanut and ginger sauce gives it this unique authentic flavor. It's better than any restaurant sauce I've ever tried hands down and it couldn't be easier. And then all the fresh ingredients in here. This is the best for parties and my husband and I can finish the entire batch between the two of us, no kidding. If you liked this video, give us a great big thumbs up below; paper towels. Give us a great big thumbs up below. Make sure to subscribe to our Channel and we'll see you next time. Hey, before you go, if you love easy to serve, easy to make summer party foods, check these out right over here and click below to subscribe and when you do, click the bell icon so you'll get notifications every time we post a new recipe. We'll see you next time.