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Moo Shu Vegetables

September/October 2008

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (352 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

01/12/2010
Anonymous

I really did not like this dish. Even with all of the sauces and veggies it still tasted bland. I don't know what I could've done differently as I followed the directions to the tee! I will not be making this again.

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The-MMs wrote 4 years 23 weeks ago

If you really didn't like this dish why did you give it four stars??

01/11/2010
Anonymous

I love this recipe. It's so easy, quick and tasty. I add an extra tablespoon of hoisin and let the veggies cook uncovered to retain their crunch. Great with some spicy stir-fried tofu.

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12/13/2009

This was a great dish! My husband added some hoisin sauce but I enjoyed as is. I had some shrimp left over from the party so I added to the dish in the end. It was delicious!

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12/09/2009
Anonymous

Sounds like a great vegetarian version of my favorite moo shoo pork. Only thing I would add is a little lime juice to the hoison sauce. Traditional moo shoo is served with "plum sauce" or hoisin sauce mixed with lime juice.

As to the soy question, I'd say it depends on what flavor you want. Taste it while you're cooking. You might want a little salt, or maybe even a little of the hoisin sauce early. Taste it while you cook and experiment. That's my philosophy. ^^

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12/04/2009

This is very easy. I just added some fish sauce and a little more soy sauce at the end along with some sesame seed salt. Would do it again.

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