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Moo Shu Vegetables

September/October 2008

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (357 votes)

This vegetarian version of the classic Chinese stir-fry, Moo Shu, uses already-shredded vegetables to cut down on the prep time. Serve with warm whole-wheat tortillas, Asian hot sauce and extra hoisin if desired.



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Moo Shu Vegetables

50 Reviews for Moo Shu Vegetables

06/26/2011
simple yet delicious!

I increased the ginger and added mushroom, onions and leeks...I'm going to see how it freezes...

fast, lots of veggies, delicious!
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03/27/2011
Yummy and Super Easy!

I made a few adjustments. I just used egg whites. When I ran to the store to get the ingredients for this, they had run out of bean sprouts so I threw in a package of tofu. Added one more teaspoon of garlic and ginger just to help out the tofu. Also threw in some chinese chilli sauce at the end as I like a bit of kick. Served it over chow mien noodles. Fantastic! :)

Took no time to make
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03/16/2011
Quick and easy

This was quick, easy, and good. I served this with tortillas. It wasn't super flavorful, but adding a little extra hoisin sauce to it before wrapping it up in the tortilla adds the perfect flavor boost.

Quick, easy
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ambernicolesherman wrote 4 years 11 weeks ago

I have to agree it's lacking some flavor

02/07/2011
Moo Shu on target!

Truly outstanding recipe! Why didn't I think of this? This comes close to the mark without hours of prepping. I do like to spread out a teaspoon of hoisin on a tortilla rather than add to veggies, it keeps them crisper. Fantastic way for a veggie meal!

perfect way for veggie loading
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01/27/2011
Super Yummy

We loved this the night we fixed it. I also found it was even better the next day!

great for leftovers
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