Recipe: Stir-fried Pak Choi

Vegetable recipes with herbs
December 07, 2009

Pak ChoiI'm growing for the first year some Pak Choi (Brassica rapa chinensis), an oriental green, that someway is similar to Swiss Chards.


My few plants are really productive, and I'm harvesting many of these crunchy leaves, with the white and pink stem.
Pak choy can be stir-fried or added to soups.

Stir-fried Pak Choi

Stir-fried Pak Choi


Ingredients
Serves two:
2 pak choi cups
1 green chili
1 scallion
1 tbsp sesame seeds
100g rice
soya sauce
peanut oil

Directions
Cut the pak choi into stripes, cut the scallion and the chili into stripes.
Stir-fry the vegetables in peanut oil for 10-15 minutes, until tender.
Meanwhile cook the rice in boiling salted water and drain it well.
Serve the stir-fried pak choi on rice, season with soya sauce and garnish with sesame seeds.



Bok Choi and Nettle OmeletteA similar recipe:

Bok Choi and Nettle Omelette


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Comments

Author: Joanne (URL)
08/12/2009

These are so cute! They look like skinner bok choy. Great way to prepare them - simple and delicious.


Author: Kalyn (URL)
16/12/2009

I love that you re growing your own. I ve only cooked this once that I can remember, but I do like it a lot!


Author: tigerfish (URL)
17/12/2009

Are they easy to grow? I like bok choy and use them quite often.


Author: Graziana
17/12/2009

Pak Choi and Bok Choi are similar in look and taste, and very easy to grow: just sow the seeds, wait, and harvest!


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