Moo Shu is a Chinese dish, it can be pork, chicken, vegetables, shrimp or tofu. Other ingredient are often cabbage, mushrooms, bean sprouts, bamboo shoots, snow peas and bell peppers, also scrambled eggs. The name of the dish comes from the fact that the thin vegetable strips resemble wood shavings. Such shavings (which resembled shredded wheat) were used as a packing material for shipping fragile objects until approximately the middle of the 20th century.
Moo shu is a Chinese dish. It can be served with pork or chicken. Moo shu is eaten with a very thin pancake. The moo shu is placed in the pancake and rolled up like a burrito to eat.
Moo shu beef as pancakes are a stir-fried dish from Northern China.
Moo Shu chicken is a dish that started in Northern China. It was first brought to the United States and served in traditional Chinese restaurants in the early 1940's.
Moo Shu Pork is a dish from the Northern China. It has pork chop meat either shredded or sliced, scrambled eggs, rice and most often seen, thinly sliced wood ear mushrooms.
Hoisin sauce. Some may tell you plum sauce, but that stuff is way too sweet for mu shu.
Most commonly, 'mu shu' method is used with pork, but it could be almost any meat. The person telling you silly stories is trying to pull your leg
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