Momma Cuisine – Spicy Pork Lettuce Wrap

August 23, 2013 by MommaCuisine

Lettuce wraps was a dish that almost every restaurant had on it’s menu in the mid 2000s. Made popular by Asian cuisine, lettuce wraps are fun to eat, delicious and simple to make. Stir fried meats joined with stir fried or raw crunchy vegetables are placed inside a leafy lettuce, then wrapped and stuffed into mouths.


preparation time
30 mins

cook time




1 pounds Ground Pork

2 tablespoons Canola or Vegetable Oil

0.25 cup Sliced Onion

1 Cloved Garlic Chopped

1 teaspoons Kosher Salt

0.5 teaspoons Crushed Red Bell Pepper

1 teaspoons Dried Oregano

1 teaspoons Ground Ginger or Minced Fresh Ginger

1 cup Julienne Carrots

1 cup Julienne Zucchini

0.5 cup Julienne Yellow Squash

1.5 teaspoons Minced Jalapeno Pepper Deveined and Seeded

1 tablespoons Low Sodium Soy Sauce



Heat a large skillet with oil to medium-high heat. Add the onions and garlic and saute for about 2 minutes, until softened. Add the ground pork and brown. Using a wooden spoon, break the pieces apart to small pieces. Cook until most of the liquid from the ground pork as evaporated. Add the salt, crushed red pepper, oregano and ginger and saute for another 2-3 minutes. Add the julienne vegetables and jalapeno and saute until the vegetables have softened yet still retaining it's shape. Add the soy sauce and toss together. Serve and wrap in lettuce cups.


National cooking personality and host, Johanna M. Cook has been captivating audiences with Momma Cuisine since 2009. Momma Cuisine’s vision is to connect with their targeted consumer base of busy moms by providing exclusive access to the best of what brands can offer.