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Category: Ethnic/Asia & Pacific Ocean
Rating: 0.00
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Mu Shu Pork
1/2 lb Rolled pork roast
5 tb Oil
1/2 bn Green onion/scallion
2 c Thinly sliced/shredded
-chinese cabbage (bok choy)
1 c Fresh bean sprouts
1 cn (8.5-oz) drained bamboo
-shoots
4 Beaten egg
1 tb Sesame seeds
2 tb Soy sauce
1/2 ts Salt
1/2 ts Sugar
Mandarin pancakes (from any
-oriental market)


Cut pork into matchstick pieces. Cut onions into 2
inch lengths , then cut the strips into shreds. Heat
wok or large deep skillet over high heat. Add 1
tablespoon of oil, swirl to coat bottom and side. Add
onions, cabbage, bean sprouts and bamboo shoots.
Stir-fry until just wilted; remove to large bowl.
Reheat pan; add 2 more tablespoon oil. Add eggs,
swirling pan to spread out into thin layer. COok until
firm, breaking eggs up into small pieces. Remove to
bowl with vegetables. Reheat pan; add sesame seeds and
remaining oil. Add pork; stir-fry until browned and
thoroughly cooked. Add soy, salt and sugar. Return
vegetable-egg mixture to pan. Stir-fry until heated.
Serve with mandarin pancakes. Have each person add
about a tablespoon of filling to their own pancakes,
adding a dab of hot mustard, oyster or plum sauce or
dipping sauce (from wonton recipe). Fold pancake in
half like soft taco, or roll it up, folding over one
end to hold in the juices. Eat with fingers.
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