Savory and delicious Chicken Lettuce Wraps! This recipe is a copycat version of the lettuce wraps from P.F. Chang’s restaurant. They are healthy and packed full of flavor!
These PF Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps are absolutely delicious! They are a simple copycat recipe of the famous restaurant chain’s wraps. We love PF Chang’s. Their food is always amazing. The closest one to us is in Las Vegas, so we don’t eat there too often, but when we do it’s these babies I order!
Filled with ground chicken and Asian flavors, these wraps are where it’s at! The first time I made them I couldn’t believe something so healthy could taste this amazing. They are savory, crunchy and will totally leave you satisfied.
I make these wraps almost weekly now. 🙂
These Chicken Lettuce Wraps make for a great lunch or dinner. They are definitely as good as the real thing, if not better because you can make them at home so easily. The flavors are just so out-of-this-world yummy.
Healthy AND delicious food is such a win!
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P.F. Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps
- 1 teaspoon olive oil
- 1 pound ground chicken
- 2 cloves garlic minced
- 1 small white onion diced
- 1/4 cup hoisin sauce
- 2 tablespoons soy sauce
- 1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
- 1 tablespoon freshly grated ginger
- 1 teaspoon Sriracha
- 1 can (8 ounces) sliced water chestnuts, drained
- 2 green onions thinly sliced
- Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
- 1 head butter lettuce
- Add olive oil and ground chicken to a large non-stick skillet. Cook and crumble over medium-high heat until browned. Drain any fat.
- Stir in garlic, onion, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, ginger and Sriracha until onions have become translucent, about 1-2 minutes. Stir in chestnuts and green onions until tender, about 1-2 minutes; season with salt and pepper, to taste.
- Spoon several tablespoons of the chicken mixture into the center of a lettuce leaf. Serve immediately and enjoy!
59 thoughts on “PF Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wraps”
1. Thanks for the great post keep up the amazing work.
Absolutely delicious. I was surprised how much my family enjoyed this . They are very picky . I used fresh ground chicken , but I omitted the ginger, because I didn’t have any on hand and I’m not a big fan of ginger . It was a great recipe and will definitely make this again. Thankyou
DELICIOUS!!!! Literally took 20 minutes including all the prepping. This will be a new summer staple in my house, especially on hot summer days! Thank you SO much for the recipe!
Made these this afternoon, and they came out perfect. Thank you for a recipe high in protein and low in carbs.
I don’t see the chestnuts Inc any of the photographs, should they be chopped?
I didn’t use them when I photographed this recipe.
I chopped them and they added a great crunch
I made these tonight and they were so delicious! I can’t believe how tasty these were. I added some Matchstick carrots for a little extra color and crunch. SO SO GOOD.
Did you add the carrots to the meat mixture or as a topping?
I made this and I took some pork chops and ground them to replace the ground chicken as that is what I had on hand and it was absolutely delicious.
I can’t wait to try these! What would you suggest as a side? Maybe some fried rice?
I use rice and quinoa in my MIXTURE. Its so good.
While cooking the ground chicken, I put green onions, cashews, water chestnuts, and a little chunk of ginger in the blender. Once chicken was done, I poured that mixture in with the chicken. I added soy sauce and a little sriracha and a little PF Chang’s kung pao sauce. Spooned that into the lettuce. Had to use romaine because we couldn’t find butter lettuce here. Then I added shredded carrots. easy, quick, yummy, and low carb diabetic- friendly. So great!!!
I was trying to make this low carb…did you just omit the hoisin sauce?
This is an awesome recipe! Only substitution was ground turkey vs ground chicken and even my picky eaters (kids) enjoyed! Thank you for this! Will be making again and including in my regular rotation.
I found Rice Vinegar. Is that the same as Rice Wine Vinegar?
Yes rice vinegar worked great for me. But maybe you figured that out because it has been a while since your post. Ha!
Yes it is
Delicious! I followed the recipe with the exception of leaving out the ginger and the Siracha. I even made my own ground chicken because I could not find it at our grocery. The internet has several sites that give you instructions for making ground chicken using a food processor. It worked perfectly. I like the idea of making my own ground chicken because I think I would like to include some dark meat along with the chicken breast that I used. I am sure that I saved money also.
Thanks for posting this recipe.
Thanks for the recipe, this came out great. I thought I would have leftovers but it is almost gone!
Used romaine lettuce instead of iceberg as that’s what I had on hand.
Used rice vinegar instead of rice wine vinegar (what I had).
I made this tonight and everyone LOVED it! Very close to the restaurant version. This will be made frequently!!
so yummy these might be my new favorite quick, easy and delicious!!
Has anyone made these a couple hours ahead and reheated to serve? How did they turn out?
Thanks for posting this recipe. It was very delicious and a keeper for my healthy eating Pinterest. My boyfriend never had this before and love it as well.
does anyone know how many servings this recipe is?
It serves around 3 to 4 people
I am trying to get the recipe so I can make this. I never had this but you make it sound so good that I am going to make for dinner tonight!
I just found these delicious sounding healthy recipes but I don’t see the Nutrition breakdown in calories, fat, sodium, etc. Is this in a different place than normally AT the end of the recipe? I’ve just been diagnosed with Stage 3 kidney failure and I need this info as I plan my daily diet. You’ve done a lot of good work on these recipes!!!
I am currently trying to find a recipe card that will pull nutrition information for each recipe. I’m sorry I don’t currently have one yet. I know there are a lot of online nutrition calculators on the web. If you input the ingredients on one of those it can give you the information you need.
I hope this helps, and again I apologize for the inconvenience. Thanks Sharry! -Holly
WOWZERS!!! this was amazing! I added in shredded carrots for a little more nutritional value. we are a retired couple and there was enough left over for tomorrow night’s dinner. can’t wait to enjoy it for a second time.
Thanks Lynn! So happy you enjoyed them 🙂
I made this tonight with a couple of adjustments. I added diced mushrooms & red pepper and some peanut butter to the saute. Also added some honey & chili paste to the sauce.
I sauteed all the vegetables, garlic & ginger then added the chicken, half the sauce & some peanut butter. Topped with some chopped nuts, cilantro & green onion.
This took about an hour to prep (without a food processor) & cook, so allow plenty of time unless you process all the veggies. I’ll do that next time.
Delicious recipe, thank you!
OMG! I made these with roasted king oyster mushrooms that I shredded and tossed in the seasonings. They were sooo delicious my mushroom hating boys gobbled them up! Making them again tonight!
Great recipe. My family loved it.
I have read all the comments and I am making these tonight, I am going to add the shredded carrots because I think that would be a great addition.
So goooooood! Better than PF Changs, for sure!! Ive made it twice already this weeK and its only WEDNESDAY 🙂 thanks!
These were delicious, wish we had the recipe for The sauce they give you to put on Them! Excellent appetizer!
These are delicious. I used 1/2 white soy sauce and 1/2 regular. Not as salty. Added a little extra rice vinegar, Ground turkey and served on romaine since that is all we had. Will definitely make these again.
Definetey a keeper and so easy to make. added sliced snap peas and chinese noodles for crunch. used romaine lettuce which was what we had on hand. was a little messy to eat but tasted great. will make again for sure.
We loved this recipe. Great flAvor. I made it with ground beef because that is what i had In the freezer. I did have to get a few of the liquid ingredients at thE Store since i had not ever used them. The flavormwas delicious. Imwill Definitely make this aGain.
this turned out wonderful!!!
Would oyster sauce work as a suB for the hoIsen?
You can, BUT it won’t taste as sweet. And may give it a little bit different flavor.
OMG…these are WONDERFUL! I have made these three times already.
Great recipe, Very Easy, will make again!
Absolutely delicious. We make this often in our home.
Delicious and easy!
Delicious and easy! I suggest one make the recipe exactly as written and taste. I found it a bit sweet, so I added a bit more soy and rice wine vinegar and Sriracha. The water chestnuts are a must for the crunch factor. I also added chopped cilantro before serving and it added another layer of flavor.
So so sooooo good. My first time making these and They were phenomenal. Will dEfinitely put this in my recipe book
Ive made this several times and Every time it comes out perfect! Thank you!!!
One of my favorite go-to recipes! I often double the recipe for leftovers and use ground turkey instead of chicken. delicious!
Absolutely superb, I added cashews and extra Sriracha on top to serve! Yum!!!
I made this for dinner tonight it was so good. I doubled the recipe and only used 1/2 tsp of Sirracha because we don’t Like our food spicy and it gave it just enough for flavor. I added some shredded carrots and also a lil more Hoisen sauce, It was very flavorful tomorrow we will maybe we will eat it over rice!
These were absolutely delicious. So many different tweaks you can make. I followed recipe but added grated carrots and Shiitake mushrooms. I used a sweet Chile sauce that added a little subtle kick. I also added a little sesame oil in addition to what recipe calls for. I prefer butter lettuce although you may need to double up in leaves so it doesn’t fall apart.
These were absolutely deliciouS. So many different tweaks you caN make. I followed recipe but added grated carrots and Shiitake mushrooms. I used a sWeet chile sauCe that added a little subtle kick. I also added a little sesame oil In aDdition to what recipe calls for. I prEfer butter lettuce although you may need to double up in leaves so it doesnt fall apart.
I doubled the recipe and added 1 tbsp of sesame oil and sesame seeds to finish. Easy to make and crowd pleaser!