Very Very Very Good! I used regular tortillas this time and it was fantastic! Nice Job! (Next time will try homemade wraps as recipe suggest!)
This turned out fabulous. It tasted just like at the restaurants! It to a little longer than I expected because I made the pancakes from scratch as well, but everyone said it was well worth the wait. Thanks for sharing!
I was a bit confused about hoisin- lime, should it be hoisin-sherry? This did turn out great even though I used chinese cabbage and some button and shitake mushrooms. I added a little lime and sherry so not sure which is correct. I made the homemade pancakes and those turned out great.
O...M...G! I think I love you Spice Bunny! I first tried Moo Shu Pork many many years ago in San Francisco on the recommendation of one of my favorite aunts and I fell in love with it. I have tried it many times in various Chinese restaurants around the country and was usually a little disappointed. This recipe is exactly what I've always remembered. Fantistico! Thank you! Straight forward and simple to make and simply divine! Now...about the wedding...
quite tasty... We used teriyaki instead of the hoisin (due to a wheat allergy) and it was really close to take out!
Although my Mooshu Pork was ok, just wasn't right, til I tried your recipe. Thank you for an excellent recipe. Thanks for the recipe for the chinese pancakes, as I had been using a crepe recipe. Thanks so much.
I'd never had Mooshu Pork before, and this was great. The pork mixture had a fantastic flavour, and I loved the crunch the veggies added. The only change I made was to add some chopped chilli with the ginger and garlic, as I'm afraid I add it to more or less everything...
This Mushu pork is da bomb! I've only had it once so far... but it's one of my favourite Chinese foods...I like better with chicken or beef though, of course.
I was recently in Boston, and ate at a restaurant in Chinatown, and this was pretty much spot-on. I have to admit, I used commercially prepared Mandarin pancakes, but followed the directions for the filling to the letter. This is THE best recipe for mu shu pork I've found. Next time, I'll make the pancakes, too. Thanks for posting this great recipe!
This was very good moo shu pork. I have been looking for a recipe I could make that was pretty close to the moo shu pork I get from the chinese restaurants. This was so close, I don't have to get take out!! I did change up the recipe a little but not by much. I didn't use any sherry, and I used powdered ginger since I didn't have any other on hand. Just a little secret, I used a bagged cabbage and canned bamboo shoots. I also used sesame oil to stir fry instead of canola oil.