Turkey has earned, perhaps deservedly, a reputation as being dry, flavorless, and a vehicle for other, more delicious foods like gravy. Let's salvage this fine feathered fowl from the cycle of insipidity with a more novel approach: a Thai-inspired wrap! Rich with sweet-spicy-umami flavor, this hoisin-sriracha glazed turkey wrap is insanely delicious, but sanely healthy!
Separate leaves of lettuce for cups. Trim and thinly slice green onion on an angle, keeping white and green portions separate. Drain water chestnuts.
Cook the Turkey
Heat a medium non-stick pan with 2 tsp. olive oil over medium-high heat. Add ground turkey and cook for 8-10 minutes, or until a minimum internal temperature of 165 degrees is reached. Break meat up with a spoon as you go until no pink remains.
Add the Vegetables
Add hoisin sauce, Sriracha (to taste - start with one packet if you're sensitive to spice), water chestnuts, white portions of green onion, and ginger to pan. Cook, stirring occasionally, 3-4 minutes. Taste a piece and season with a pinch of salt and pepper if desired.
Build the Lettuce Cups
Place a lettuce cup on work surface (or layer two leaves for extra crunch and structural support). Fill with a few spoonfuls of turkey mixture and top with slaw mix. Repeat for each lettuce cup.
Make the Sauce
Combine Asian sesame dressing and green portions of green onions in a cup.
Plate the Dish
Arrange 3-4 assembled lettuce wraps on a plate. Serve sauce next to lettuce wraps.