so named because when you de-rib the bottom of the lettuce it creates two arms that are then folded over each other, as in a big hug. these are REALLY satisfying and simple! serve with arugula pesto, red vinegar, and pink-flecked pilaf.
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    4 appetizers, 1-2 main courses
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Recipe Directions

you’ll want to assemble this on a small tray or plate so that each leaf will weigh down the next one. use a tomato or other “paperweight” for the last wraps each time.

1) cut the white rib out ONLY from the bottom to about half way up (leaving the top softer part of the leaf intact). this will leave a shape that looks something like a winter cap with two long ears.

2) place a TB of each kind of sprout on the top of the leaf, in the middle.

3) squish avocado slice on sprouts (use a fork and just press it into the sprouts gently)

4) take RIGHT “ear” of the lettuce and fold it over to the top LEFT, take LEFT and fold it to the top RIGHT. now it will look like a fancy napkin.

5) place on tray/plate, with paperweight keeping it together.

6) repeat 7 more times

note: they are sturdy in your hand even though you need the weight for presentation. you can also opt to put three of so on your plate and just eat them like a fancy salad.

enjoy!

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so named because when you de-rib the bottom of the lettuce it creates two arms that are then folded over each other, as in a big hug. these are REALLY satisfying and simple! serve with arugula pesto, red vinegar, and pink-flecked pilaf.

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oh i know. i apologize. i've made these twice but have forgotten to take a picture. i'll do so next time... it's a lot easier when you have a visual reference. =)

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a picture would definitely help me out!

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