Whole30 + Keto Mu Shu Pork
Whole30 + Keto Mu Shu Pork Recipe + Video – low carb mu shu pork served in 0 carb wraps topped with a sriracha mayo! Paleo, gluten free, grain free, dairy free, sugar free, clean eating, real food.
Every time I order Chinese takeout, I always get mu shu pork. (Some places spell it moo shu, same thing!) I like it even more than fried rice and chow mein! I’ve sure missed it since eating clean keto.
So I do what I always do. I recreate my own!
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Whole30 + Keto Mu Shu Pork Ingredients
Mu shu pork is made with cabbage, pork (I use ground pork to make it easy!), carrots and green onions. It’s all sautéed and covered in a yummy asian stir fry sauce.
I wasn’t able to recreate a the plum sauce it is usually served with, since that’s mostly fruit + sugar. Instead, I serve it topped with a sriracha aioli that I love even more! Has a mild kick that complements the sweet and cruchy mu shu pork filling perfectly.
Whole30 + Keto Mu Shu Pork Wraps
I’ve been loving these Crepini Cauliflower Wraps I can get at Costco or Sprouts for these (not sponsored!). Another great option would be coconut wraps.
If you’re on a whole30, use butter lettuce leaves. Or even eat it straight out of the bowl!
Whole30 + Keto Mu Shu Pork Meal Prep
This mu shu pork makes the best meal prep! It will last for at least 5 days in the fridge. I love it because it is good both warm and cold. I’ll pack it in my favorite 2-cup meal prep containers, then bring the wraps and make them at meal time.
They also freeze beautifully! It’s a great meal to double (or triple!) the recipe when cooking it, then freeze the leftovers for a future meal. Just thaw, then reheat in a skillet or the microwave.
Watch Mu Shu Pork Recipe Demo (3:14 minutes)
Whole30 + Keto Mu Shu Pork
Mu Shu Pork
- 2 tablespoons coconut oil
- 1/2 red onion, chopped
- 6 green onions, sliced
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1.5 " piece of ginger, peeled and minced
- 1 pound ground pork, I get my hormone + antibiotic free pork from ButcherBox, which I highly recommend!
- 3 cloves of garlic, grated or finely minced
- 14- ounce or 16-ounce bag of coleslaw mix
- 2 tablespoons coconut aminos, or more to taste
- 1 tablespoon rice wine vinegar
- 1/4 cup mayonnaise
- 2 or 3 tablespoons keto sriracha
- your favorite keto wrap, I've been loving Crepini Egg Thins with Cauliflower (not sponsored!) or use butter lettuce leaves for Whole30
- sliced green onions
- mayo sriracha sauce
- Make the sauce by combining the mayo + sriracha in a small bowl. Set aside.
- Heat your cast iron skillet over medium heat. Add in the coconut oil, red onion, green onion, ginger + salt. Saute for 2-3 minutes until soft.
- Add in the ground pork, break it apart and cook for 5-7 minutes until almost cooked through.
- Add in the garlic and cook for 30 seconds until fragrant.
- Pour in the coleslaw mix, and cook for 3-5 minutes until softened.
- Add in the coconut aminos + rice wine vinegar. Taste, and add more coconut aminos, rice wine vinegar or salt if needed.
- Serve warm in your favorite keto wrap, or even butter lettuce leaves (which will make it Whole30!). Top with the sriracha mayo and sliced green onions.
- Leftovers will keep in an airtight container refrigerated for at least 5 days, or frozen for at least 6 months.
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38 Comments on “Whole30 + Keto Mu Shu Pork”
Holy moly. This was absolutely amazing. Thank you for another great recipe.
Hi Heather! I am so happy you like my mush shu pork recipe! It’s one of my favorites!
This was so good and super easy to make! Leftovers were fantastic!
So glad you enjoyed it Elizabeth! Even better that you had leftovers! Enjoy! :)
This truly hits the spot when you have a Chinese food craving! It reheats great and is absolutely delicious… so many amazing flavors!
I am so glad my mu shu pork, Asian beef bowls and chicken and green bean stir fry hits the spot when you are craving Chinese food Marissa. So happy it turned out flavorful for you.
Another amazing recipe! Why did I wait so long to make this recipe……Easy to make and the whole family loved it.
Even better that it was enjoyed by your whole family Jenn! So glad to hear it was easy to make.
Made these a few weeks ago. They were so good. Tasted similar to the whole30 egg roll in a bowl that I usually make, but the sauce was out of this world!
Thank you so much for your very nice comments. I really appreciate them April. I am so glad you liked my mu shu pork. I agree, the sauce is so yummy!
This is seriously one of my favorite go to recipes! I made it almost weekly now. Its so easy to make, doesnt require a lot of clean up and its so yummy. Thank you for such an amazing recipe!
I am so happy you like my mushu pork Alisa! Even better that it is one of your favorite go to recipes. I love that!
Love this recipe for a quick and easy weeknight dinner. I couldn’t find the egg wraps (they look yummy) so we used butter lettuce cups instead and it was great. You HAVE to make the yummy sauce, it is so good!!
I love that you substituted butter lettuce for the wraps with the mushu pork Ann. I actually serve it both ways and can’t decide which is my favorite. I purchased the wraps at Costco, but they may not be sold at all locations.
So good..even my picky 12 year old loved it! I’ve done it with ground pork and ground turkey and both are delish!
I am so happy you liked my mu shu pork Courntey! Even better that your picky little one liked it. That is always a win, win! I am so glad it turned out well for you with ground pork and ground turkey. That is good to know.
Oh my word! This was the best! It’s going to be a regular in our meal rotation. Once again, you’re recipes are amazing!
Thank you so much for your nice comments, I appreciate all of them so much Debbie! I am so glad the mu shu was a hit! I am thrilled it will be part of your regular recipe rotation.
Hi, I saw this on Instagram and knew I needed to make it! Question… Are the nutritional facts for the mu shu alone, or does it include any of the wrappings? I’m tracking my macros and want to make sure I have accurate numbers. ☺️
The nutritional information on the mu shu includes the actual ingredients and sauce Carolyn. It does not include the wraps, lettuce or any toppings you may like. It is difficult to include those because it is unknown what someone will choose. I sure hope this answers your question and I hope you like it!
Don’t walk, run to make this recipe!!!! It was amazing! I made it for the first time while some friends were coming over. I know probably not the best idea to not have tried a recipe out, but lucky for me this one knocked it out of the park! It has such great flavor and is amazingly easy to make. The siracha aioli adds the perfect touch! I loved mine in a lettuce wrap but my husband liked it in a tortilla. This is definitely on our weekly rotation now and has been one of my favorite recipes that I’ve made!
Wow! Thank you so much for your very nice comment Sierra. I am so happy you liked my mushu! You are a brave girl cooking a new recipe for company! LOL! Actually, I have done that myself and it can be so nerve wracking. I am so relieved it turned out well for you. That is fantastic that it will be part of your regular recipe rotation.
Tried this tonight over cauliflower rice since I couldn’t find the egg wraps. Um, yum – seriously SO good. And super easy!
I am so glad you liked my mushu Wendy! What a fantastic idea to serve it over cauliflower rice! Thanks for sharing.
Aaahhh!!! I’m freaking out over this recipe!!! It. Was. Delicious. Both of my boys (3 and 5 years old) ate every bite in their bowls and my husband kept commenting on how I have to make this again soon. Big win! Thanks for the great recipe!
Wow! Thank you so much for your very nice comment Kaitlin! I am so happy you liked my mushu. That is fantastic that your little guys and hubby liked it so much! I just love it when a recipe is a hit! Thanks so much for the feedback.
This was a 10 out of 10! Seriously! We did it both on egg thins and lettuce wraps and both ways were amazing! My 7 & 9 year old loved this meal and my husband said it was a new favorite! So light and flavorful! It will be on rotation for awhile!
I am so happy you liked my mushu Shawna! Even better that your hubby and kiddos liked it! That is fantastic that it is their new favorite. I also can’t decide if I like it better on lettuce wraps or egg thins. To me both ways are delicious! I am so glad this will be in your regular recipe rotation.
Oh man, this was delicious! On your recommendation I served it with the egg thins and I really enjoyed them. Will definitely be making this again!
Also bonus, lots of leftovers for lunches this week!
I am so glad you liked my mushu Heidi! Isn’t it fantastic with the egg thins? So happy you will be making this again.
This was seriously delicious! Even my picky husband loved it! Such great keto macros too. Thank you so much!
I am so happy you liked my mushu Shannon! That is fantastic that your husband liked it too!
Phenomenal!! I could drink that sauce with a straw. I found a kimchi sriracha at Whole Foods that worked great. Thank you, yet again! Made for a fun “night out” meal while sitting at home on a Saturday night. You saved day 20 of my W30!
I am so happy that you like my mushu pork Katie. I just love a fun night out at home! The perfect, cozy evening. Congratulations on making it to day 20. Keep up the good work!
This was delicious. I happened to buy those egg wraps at Costco last week and didn’t know how I was going to use them. Everybody loved this recipe. Thank you!!
I am so happy you liked my mu shu Trista. It must have been destiny that you bought the egg wraps earlier in the week! I am so glad this recipe was a hit.
Well, I wasted no time in making this recipe and I am glad I didn’t hesitate! It is super easy to make, and super delicious! I layered some coleslaw mix on the bottom of my bowl and topped it with the pork mixture and it was delicious! Thanks again for a great recipe!
Wow are you fast Katie! LOL! So glad you liked my mu-shu! I love your idea of layering coleslaw mix in the bottom of the bowl. That is a fantastic idea! Thanks so much for the feedback.