This was an absolutely fabulous recipe--a great way to use the wealth of carrots I had on hand. I love moo shu anything, but never knew it could be so healthy! I did add in some bean sprouts I had on hand. I just ate the filling and skipped the pancakes. Toni, this is a real winner for anyone trying to eat healthy--thanks a million!
Moo-shu good this is, TRUE! SO healthy, easy to do! Shredded cabbage through food processor as was alot easier for me, Came out like shredded carrot, same consistency! No need to use any stock or water too, But think this is because there was some liquid in shredding it like carrot too! Easy way to increase veggie intake, SO good for you and your family sake! As am unable to have the pancakes, used wholewheat tortilla, works for me! Helpful hint? Zap in microwave for 20 seconds to soften before rolling...makes it EASY! Hoisin sauce, Moo-Shu....Never made before, but would have if I knew! Will definately make this again, Used 1/2 cabbage, Made ALOT, Will be adding chilli as I like it HOT! THANKS!
I doubled this recipe and served it at a vegan potluck. It was easy and a huge hit!
So easy and very good! I did play with the veggies a bit to use what I had on hand. Thank you for sharing a recipe I will use again.
Turned out great! Have to say that I had some doubts while cooking up all of that cabbage, but really, it was quite good! Added some gluten "pork" from the local asian market and served with a plum sauce, because that is the sauce I have always had it with at restaurants. Thanks for sharing, this is a keeper for sure.
Delicious, we love cabbage so this was right up my alley! I also just made the filling, I increased the garlic and ginger and used chicken stock in place of veggie stock, otherwise made as directed. DH enjoyed this on rice for lunch! thanks so much toni!...Kittencal:)
Making recipes at home rarely get more satisfying than this. Take a dish you already love and make it even more tasty and guaranteed low-fat too (note, there is definitely a flaw with the current nutritional breakdown in the recipe as is - update: this was fixed, incredibly low-fat!). A few relatively minor changes to published recipe included substituting red peppers for mushrooms (don't like them) at the same time cabbage is added and including a scrambled and finely diced egg along with the scallions. Couldn't find moo-shu pancakes so used small flour tortillas to very satisfactory effect. Also I used a prepared cole slaw mixture to which I added additional shredded carrots. I strongly recommend Lee Kum Kee brand of hoisin sauce if you can find it. Great recipe Toni, a keeper for sure. Really outstanding.