If you’ve never eaten the Chinese-American restaurant classic mu shu pork, think of it as an Asian take on a soft burrito.
Serve these bundles with steamed rice.
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As good as the local Chinese restaurant. I followed it exactly as written; however, the next time, I would not cook the match stick pork very long it seemed a little tough. I would also cook the ginger and garlic a moment before putting in the cabbage to take the raw taste out. Overall, fabulous.
This is an easy way to do something different with your leftover pork. Prep all the vegetables first, then the meal will come together more quickly. My family really liked this dish. We will make it again since it is so simple to make with ingredients you already have in your pantry. Enjoy!
I was looking for something different to do with leftover pork tenderloin and I stumbled upon this recipe. I'm so glad I did! It was fantastic! Do yourself a favor and give it a try!
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