Healthy living

Bok choy, pak choy or Chinese chard

A good substitute for cabbage or spinach. Use in braises and stir-fries.

Storage

In an airtight bag in refrigerator crisper.

Selection

Choose glossy leaves and white healthy stems.

Cooking

Boil or steam for 2-3 minutes until wilted but still crisp. Microwave in a covered dish with 1 tablespoon water on high (100%) for 2-3 minutes until just cooked.

Serving suggestion

Stir-fry sliced mushrooms, garlic and ginger quickly in a small amount of sesame oil. Add bok choy (cut in halves horizontally), and stir until wilted. Sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds.


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