Mu Shu Pork from the US
Mu shu pork is another one of those dishes that are really American despite the foreign reference (kinda like Singapore Noodles). This burrito-like roll is self-assembled at the table, starting with the smearing of some dark sweet sauce onto a thin steamed skin, just as one does with Peking Duck. But that is where the similarity ends. Instead of using a roasted duck from China, the stuffing is a sauteed concoction of pork strips, cabbage, mushrooms, carrots, and whatever other fillers these guys want to offload.
Given that this is really only served in the US, I haven't had this in ages, so I made a request for it here at a random Chinese restaurant in California. And I am a bit embarrased to say that I kind of like it. I suppose that the DIY aspect is a novelty that adds to the experience of eating these greasy little things, even if I can't seem to get Chris Tucker's Rush Hour 2 lines out of my head.