The Thai flavor profile continues to grow in popularity---and these Thai-flavored wraps will become a family favorite.
Heat large nonstick skillet over high heat. Add pork, cook, crumble and stir until pork is no longer pink, about 3-4 minutes. Add ginger, garlic, onion and coleslaw mix and stir-fry with pork for 2 minutes, until vegetables are wilted. Add the remaining ingredients and stir constantly to blend all ingredients well, about 1 minute. Spoon equal portions of mixture onto warm tortillas, garnish with cilantro, roll up to encase filling and serve.
Republished with permission, National Pork Board
ChrissyMay80 8m agoFlavor not very bold
Ajkingsley 9m agoEasy and delicious!
ynegussie 10m agoEveryone loved it. I would like it as little more spicier
jdriemeyer 1y agoExcellent! Sweet and spicy. Don't cook the cabbage too long - it's good when it's crunchy. So good, my niece declared it one of the best meals of the summer! A new favorite.
jokergod2000 1y agoPretty good but I think some more heat would make it better. Maybe some loose cut carrots.
therealb143 1y agoDelicious! Easy to make. Family (picky eaters) loved it. Will definitely make it again.
jDub74 1y agoThanks for the recipe. Made this a couple nights ago. Instead of ground pork I used tenderloins (cubed). I also cooked in a wok and added 1/2 cup coconut milk.
Sharilynne 1y agoLoved this. Something new a nd fresh to add to our menu. Friends enjoyed too.
jimshim 1y agoThis is a great recipe and simple to make. Thanks.
EriqAyz 1y agoI use Turkey instead of pork, same outcome and a lot healthier. Been using this recipe for a while now and will keep making this! You can turn these into spring rolls with a dipping sauce on the side with ease :)