Colorful Mu Shu Pork comes from northern China. The dish is meant to represent a forest scene, with exotic vegetables such as cloud ear fungus making up the vegetation, and bits of scrambled egg representing yellow flowers. Mu Shu Pork is traditionally served on Mandarin pancakes, which represent the forest "floor."
- Make Your Own Mu Shu Pork a basic recipe
- Mandarin Pancakes to serve with the Mu Shu Pork
- Green Onion "Brushes" Serve these as a garnish and invite guests to use them to brush hoisin sauce on their pancakes before adding the Mu Shu Pork.
- Mu Shu Chicken Wraps an easy variation made with chicken breasts that tastes great for lunch.