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T&T Moo Shu Pork?

Posted by ci_lantro (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 23, 12 at 15:38

I've been ordering this at a local Chinese restaurant and would like to try making it at home.

And, can I use plain old head cabbage since I have one that needs to be used?


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RE: T&T Moo Shu Pork?

This is a very quick and easy Betty Crocker recipe that is passable. Use pork instead of chicken and shred your cabbage instead of using the bagged slaw.

1 Tbs sesame oil

1/2 lb uncooked chicken breast (cut into strips)

2 Tbs grated ginger root

3 Tbs dry white wine or apple juice

1 Tsp Sugar

3 cups Coleslaw mix (w/out dressing!!!)

8 Egg roll wrappers (or flour tortillas)

Plum Sauce

Directions

1) In 10" skillet heat oil over med-high heat. Cook chicken in oil 8-10 mins, stirring occasionally until no longer pin in center. Stir in Hoisin sauce, ginger root, wine or apple juice, sugar, and cabbage mix. Cook 4-6 minutes, stirring constantly, until cabbage is crisp tender

3) Warm egg roll wrappers. Place chicken mixture down center of each wrapper; add plum sauce, roll around filling.


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RE: T&T Moo Shu Pork?

The link below is to the recipe I use. It's probably not the most authentic but we like it.

Here is a link that might be useful: Moo Shu Pork


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