Stir-Fried Moo Shu Vegetable Wraps

  • crazy4sushi Posted: 04/01/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I prefer my tofu more meaty so I stir fry it in olive oil first for about 5 minutes so that it gets golden brown. This way it toughens up and has much better texture. I don't bother to soak it in the soy sauce either. I used the tortilla from Costco that you cook yourself. They have a great texture for replacing the traditional pancake.

  • 8stringfan Posted: 03/14/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    This is a perfectly serviceable recipe for a busy weeknight or for a night when you’d like to cook something healthy but very simple. It won’t impress you all that much, but then again neither will most Chinese take-out, and this is far healthier. I doubled the amount of crushed red pepper, but it was still a somewhat dull dish. I also pressed the tofu first. This isn’t a great meal, but it’s not bad and it’s strengths lie in the fact that it is cheap, healthy, adequately filling, and comes in at around 40 minutes total from start of prep until the last dish is cleaned and the leftovers are stowed away, thus making it a good recipe for a night when you don’t have much time to cook.

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