EASY MOO SHU PORK
- Mix soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, and garlic in a bowl until marinade is smooth; pour into a resealable plastic bag. Add pork, coat with the marinade, squeeze out excess air, and seal the bag. Marinate in the refrigerator, 1 hour to overnight.
- Heat vegetable oil in a wok or large skillet over medium heat. Add cabbage and carrot; cook and stir for 1 to 2 minutes. Push cabbage mixture aside and add pork with marinade to middle of the skillet. Cook and stir until pork is cooked through, 3 to 4 minutes. Draw cabbage into the center of the skillet; cook and stir for 1 to 2 minutes. Season with salt and pepper.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 118.3 calories, Carbohydrate 2 g, Cholesterol 24.5 mg, Fat 8.1 g, Fiber 0.5 g, Protein 9.5 g, SaturatedFat 1.4 g, Sodium 351.3 mg, Sugar 0.7 g
MOO SHU PORK
This is not your corner takeout's moo shu pork, but it is popular in China, where its northern origins are debated, according to the author Carolyn Phillips. The egg is thought to resemble the flowers of the sweet olive (osmanthus fragrans) shrub, hence its Chinese name, muxi rou, or osmathus blossom pork. The ingredients are stir-fried in batches to cook evenly and retain the vibrancy of the colors. The sauce is intentionally salty, so underseason the stir-fry and add just a dab of sauce to each wheat wrapper.
Provided by Sara Bonisteel
Categories dinner, project, main course
Yield 2 to 3 main course servings
Number Of Ingredients 17
- Make the sauce: Heat sesame oil in a wok over medium heat and mix in sweet bean paste. Stir together until smooth and then add soy sauce and sugar. When sauce bubbles, taste and adjust seasoning, then scrape sauce into a small bowl. Rinse out wok.
- Make the moo shu pork: In a small bowl, mix together rice wine and sugar. Set aside.
- Slice meat against the grain into 1/4-inch-thick pieces. Cut into batons about 1/8-inch wide. Put batons in a small bowl and toss them with salt. (If using pressed bean curd, cut it into thin julienne before tossing it with salt.)
- Soak shredded dried wood ear fungus in boiling water until pliable, about 15 minutes, then rinse and drain in colander. (Fresh wood ears should be rinsed before they're trimmed and cut into thin strips.) Meanwhile, if using dried daylily flowers, cover with boiling water and let soak until soft, about 10 minutes, then drain and tear into strips. (Carrots do not need to be soaked.)
- Place wok over medium heat, and when hot, swirl in 2 tablespoons sesame oil. Toss in garlic and fry until fragrant. Add eggs and scramble them, breaking up large curds into pieces 1/2 inch or smaller. When eggs are barely done, scrape into a large, clean bowl. If any garlic remains in the wok, wipe it out.
- Raise heat under wok to high. Pour in another 2 tablespoons oil into the hot wok and quickly stir-fry meat until it's browned before scraping it into eggs.
- Return wok to high heat. Stir-fry bamboo shoots with a little bit more oil as needed, then add wood ears and either the daylily flowers or carrot and cook these until they are barely done before tossing them into the bowl with the meat and eggs. (If you're using bean sprouts in place of bamboo shoots, cook the wood ears and daylily flowers or carrot alone and add them to the bowl with the meat and eggs; then place wok over high heat, swirl in a tiny bit of oil and quickly stir-fry the sprouts until they're just beyond raw but still very crisp before adding them to the bowl with the other cooked ingredients.)
- Place wok back over high heat, pour in any remaining sesame oil, and add green onions, all of the cooked meat, eggs and vegetables, and the rice wine and sugar mixture. Toss these quickly together for a few seconds, taste and adjust seasoning, and plate in a bowl or on a rimmed platter.
- Serve hot with the sauce, wheat wrappers and shredded green onions. Have each diner spread about 2 teaspoons sauce down the center of the wrapper, sprinkle on some raw green onions, and pile on about 1/2 cup of the meat mixture. Fold the bottom edge of the wrapper up over the meat mixture, then fold one side over the center before rolling up the rest of the wrapper from the opposite edge. Eat with your hands.
Nutrition Facts : @context http, Calories 935, UnsaturatedFat 42 grams, Carbohydrate 83 grams, Fat 54 grams, Fiber 8 grams, Protein 30 grams, SaturatedFat 9 grams, Sodium 2120 milligrams, Sugar 12 grams, TransFat 0 grams
MOO SHU PORK
Stir-fried vegetables make a nice accompaniment to this moo shu pork recipe. -Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Provided by Taste of Home
Yield 4 servings.
Number Of Ingredients 10
- In a small bowl, combine the cornstarch, water, soy sauce and ginger until blended; set aside. In a large skillet, saute pork and garlic in oil for 3-5 minutes or until meat is no longer pink. , Stir cornstarch mixture and add to the skillet. Bring to a boil; cook and stir for 1-2 minutes or until thickened. Stir in hoisin sauce. Add coleslaw mix; stir to coat. Spoon about 1/2 cup pork mixture into the center of each tortilla; roll up tightly.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 564 calories, Fat 17g fat (4g saturated fat), Cholesterol 69mg cholesterol, Sodium 1111mg sodium, Carbohydrate 63g carbohydrate (2g sugars, Fiber 2g fiber), Protein 38g protein.
MOO SHU PORK
This is a popular classic in the Chinese restaurant scene. You can replace the pork with chicken or shrimp, but the original recipe is with pork. My parents say this recipe tastes better than the ones they've had in Canadian Chinese restaurants. Once you get the hang of making it, you'll want to make it often. If you don't want to spend the time making pancakes, you can use soft tortillas to replace. The homemade pancakes are much better though. This dish goes well with hot and sour soup, for a Beijing style meal.
Provided by SpiceBunny
Yield 4 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 16
- Rehydrate the wood ears and lily buds a day ahead of time. I usually keep them in a tupperware container in the fridge.
- In a wok filled with 3 tbsp oil, bring to high temperature and add the pork. Using a strainer, quickly move around the pork and cook until medium rare, only 1 minute. Remove, strain pork and set aside.
- Leave 2 tablespoons of oil in the wok and return to high heat. Add eggs to hot oil and scramble. Set them aside with cooked pork.
- With remaining oil in wok, stir fry the garlic, ginger, and shiitake mushrooms until soft, about 2-3 minutes and season with kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper.
- Add the cabbage, bamboo shoots, and wood ear mushrooms and continue stir frying 2-3 minutes.
- Add half of the hoisin-lime and check for flavor.
- Meanwhile, in a steamer, heat the pancakes until hot.
- Lay individual pancakes on plates and paint on hoisin-lime sauce with the scallion brushes. Top with Moo-Shu, lay on 2 scallion brushes and roll up.
- How to make the pancakes.
- 2 cups unsifted flour.
- 3/4 cup water.
- Kadoya sesame oil.
- Place the flour in a mixing bowl, making a well in the center. Bring water to a boil, then add to the flour. Add additional flour or water as needed to produce a non-sticky dough which can be kneaded. Place the dough on a very lightly floured surface and knead for about 5 minutes. Cover the dough and allow to rest for 30 minutes.
- At the end of 30 minutes, briefly knead the dough for an additional minute or two. Then, roll the dough into a sausage shape, about 1 1/2-inches in diameter. Measure the cylinder into 16 equal size pieces. Cut and roll each piece into a smooth ball. Moisten fingers with a bit of sesame oil. Flatten each ball out to make a round, biscuit shaped disc. Place the disc on a flat surface and brush top with sesame oil. Similarly, flatten out another ball into a disc of similar diameter and place it atop the first. Roll out this double biscuit into a circle about 6 or 7 inches in diameter. Complete this procedure using the rest of the dough.
- Heat a skillet, brushing the inside bottom with sesame oil. Add one of the double pancakes and cook 30 seconds. Flip and cook another half minute, taking care that they do not brown. Quickly lift the pancake away from the hot surface and slap it down on the work surface. While the pancake is still warm, peel the double cake apart into two pancakes. Reserve. Repeat until all of the cakes have been completed. Stack in a sheet of foil. Carefully seal the foil with pancakes into a packet and steam 20-30 minutes before use. Serve warm.
SLOW COOKER MOO SHU PORK
- Stir together hoisin, garlic, sesame oil, soy sauce and cornstarch; set aside.
- Place coleslaw mix and carrots into slow cooker. Cut the pork into 1/8-inch thick slices, then cut each slice in half lengthwise; sprinkle on top of cabbage mixture in slow cooker. Drizzle with 1/4 cup of hoisin sauce mixture. Cover and cook on HIGH for 4 hours or LOW for 6 hours.
- Remove cover; stir in remaining 1/4 cup hoisin sauce mixture.
- Heat tortillas according to package. Place 1/2 cup pork mixture in center of each tortilla, top with scallion strips, if desired, roll up.
MU SHU PORK
- Combine soy sauce, sherry and hoisin sauce in a bowl. Add the pork, toss to coat evenly, cover, refrigerate and marinate for 30 minutes.
- Meanwhile, soak the mushrooms in enough hot water to cover for 20 minutes. Drain and thinly slice. Set aside on a plate, along with the cabbage, carrot and scallions.
- Heat a wok or large skillet over medium/high heat. Add 1 tablespoon of the peanut oil and swirl to coat. Pour in the eggs, swirling and tilting the wok to form a thin film. Cook just until the eggs are set and feel dry on top, about 1 minute. Transfer to a platter, let cool slightly and cut into 1 inch strips.
- Return the wok to high heat, and swirl in the remaining 2 tablespoons oil. Add the garlic, and ginger, and stir-fry to release the aromas, about 1 minute. Add the pork and stirfry until lightly browned, about 2 minutes. Add the reserved mushrooms, cabbage, carrot, bean sprouts, and scallions, along with the chicken stock, and stir-fry another 2 minutes. Stir in soy sauce, sherry, sesame oil, and sugar, and cook, stirring until sauce boils, about 1 minute. Add egg strips and mix well. To serve, spread a small amount of hoisin sauce on a warm Mandarin Pancake. Spoon about 1/2 cup mu shu mixture in center of pancake, wrap like a burrito, folding the ends to close, and serve.
- Place flour in a medium bowl, making a well in the center. Pour in the boiling water, and use a wooden spoon or chopsticks to mix until a soft dough is formed. On a lightly floured surface, knead the dough gently until it is smooth and elastic, about 5 minutes. Cover with a damp towel and let rest for 20 minutes.
- On a lightly floured surface, roll dough into a log, 16 inches long. Cut the log crosswise into 1 inch pieces, shape each piece into a ball, then use your hands to flatten each ball into a pancake. Brush the tops of the pancakes lightly with the sesame oil. Then, place one pancake on top of a second pancake, oiled sides together, so that there are 8 pairs. With a rolling pin, flatten each pair into a 6 inch circle. (A tortilla press also works well for this.) Cover the pancakes with a damp towel to rest.
- Heat an ungreased, nonstick skillet over medium heat. Cook the pancakes, one at a time, turning them once as they puff and little bubbles appear on the surface, until lightly browned, about 2 minutes on each side. As each pancake is finished, remove from pan and gently separate the halves into 2 pancakes while still hot. Stack cooked pancakes on a plate while cooking the remaining pancakes.
- Serve pancakes while still warm with Mu Shu Pork. Or, pancakes may be prepared up to 1 day in advance, wrapped in plastic, and refrigerated. Pancakes may also be frozen. Reheat them by steaming for 5 minutes, or warming them in a 350 degree F oven, wrapped in foil, for 10 minutes.
- Yield: 16 pancakes
MOO SHU PORK
- Place pork, soy sauce, Marsala, sugar, sesame oil, and salt and pepper in a small bowl; toss and set aside.
- Heat peanut oil in a large wok over high heat. Add ginger, scallions, cabbage, carrots, and mushrooms; cook, stirring and tossing constantly, until vegetables are wilted, about 5 minutes. Add pork and marinade and 6 tablespoons water; cook, stirring constantly, until pork is cooked through, 4 to 5 minutes. Serve immediately with curry-scented pancakes and plum sauce.
MOO SHU PORK FOR TWO
- Heat cooking oil in a square Japanese omelet pan or small skillet over medium heat. Pour beaten egg into the skillet and spread evenly. Cook until just set, 3 to 5 minutes. Transfer to a cutting board lined with a paper towel to cool.
- Sprinkle pork with salt, black pepper, and Sichuan pepper. Set aside.
- Place cloud ear mushrooms in a bowl and cover with warm water. Place noodles in a separate bowl and cover with warm water. Let mushrooms and noodles soak until reconstituted and soft, about 5 minutes.
- Drain mushrooms and slice into thin strips. Drain noodles and cut into shorter lengths.
- Heat sesame oil in a frying pan or wok over medium heat. Add pork and stir-fry until it changes color, about 3 minutes. Add mushrooms and noodles and cook 1 minute more. Swirl in oyster sauce and soy sauce and stir-fry until evenly coated, about 1 minute more. Transfer to a small plate.
- Place scallions, cabbage, and cooked egg in individual serving dishes.
- Combine hoisin sauce, ginger, sake, soy sauce, and garlic in a small bowl.
- Place moo shu pancakes on a microwave-safe plate and warm in the microwave for about 45 seconds.
- Place moo shu pancakes in the center of the table surrounded by meat, vegetables, and sauce. Moo shu is eating by taking a moo shu pancake in your hand, spread the inner side with sauce, then add pork mixture, egg, and vegetables as desired, wrap, and eat.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 540.6 calories, Carbohydrate 74.2 g, Cholesterol 133 mg, Fat 16.3 g, Fiber 9.7 g, Protein 24.5 g, SaturatedFat 3.6 g, Sodium 1159.7 mg, Sugar 7.7 g
MOO SHU PORK STIR-FRY
This is a delicious moo shu pork recipe that I adapted to meet our family's tastes. Cutting the ingredients into small pieces makes for a very quick stir-fry. -Sherri Melotik, Oak Creek, Wisconsin
Provided by Taste of Home
Yield 4 servings.
Number Of Ingredients 17
- In a large bowl, mix hoisin, 2 teaspoons soy sauce, 2 teaspoons sherry and 1 teaspoon cornstarch until smooth. Add meat; toss to coat. Marinate at room temperature 20 minutes., In a small bowl, mix broth, sesame oil, sugar and remaining soy sauce, sherry and cornstarch until smooth., In a large nonstick skillet, heat 2 teaspoons oil over medium heat. Pour in eggs. Mixture should set immediately. Swirl pan to move uncooked portions toward the outside. When eggs are set and no liquid remains, roll up egg. Slide onto cutting surface; cut crosswise into 1/4-in. slices., In same skillet, heat remaining oil over medium-high heat. Stir-fry mushrooms 4 minutes. Add carrots, bean sprouts, bamboo shoots and onions; cook 2-3 minutes longer or until vegetables are crisp-tender. Add ginger; cook 1 minute longer. Remove from pan., Add pork to skillet; stir fry 3-4 minutes until cooked through. Stir cornstarch mixture and add to pan. Bring to a boil; cook and stir 1-2 minutes or until sauce is thickened. Return vegetables and eggs to pan; heat through. Serve with rice.
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