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Amanda Hesser
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added about 7 years ago

I like sautéing it to caramelize the edges. It's also great chopped and added to soups.

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inpatskitchen
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added about 7 years ago

I like to saute bok choy in olive oil, garlic and crushed red pepper flakes with a squeeze of lemon.

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student epicure
added about 7 years ago

this is a wonderful dish from martin yan:
http://www.20minutesupperclub.com/recipe/shanghai-noodles-with-pork-bok-choy/

i usually triple the bok choy!

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skittle
added about 7 years ago

I think it's wonderful grilled. Very simply...olive oil, salt and pepper...then finished with a squeeze of lemon juice and some zest. Mmmmmmm

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Nate Tate & Mary Kate Tate

I love bok choy. It's crunchy, sweet and slightly bitter at the same time, and very tasty. I like to eat it thinly sliced on top of soups. The hot liquid in the soup will cook the shredded leaves immediately.

Bok choy is also great stir fried with a little chicken stock: Heat up 2 tablespoons of oil in a wok over high heat. Add a couple minced garlic cloves and stir for about 10 seconds so that the oil is flavored. Toss in about 1 1/2 pounds of bok choy (sliced lengthwise) and stir-fry for 30 seconds so that all the leaves are coated with the oil. Pour in a mixture of 1/4 cup chicken stock, 1 teaspoon of cornstarch, and 1/2 teaspoon of sugar (this gives it a savory taste much like msg would) and then lower the heat to a simmer. Cover the wok with a lid or baking tray and cook for 2 more minutes or until the bok choy is tender and bright jade green. Season to taste with salt before serving.

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jwlucas
added about 7 years ago

Don't braise. We use it is simple stir fries all the time but wanted to try something different. The flavor was good but the texture was awful.

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Sam1148
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added about 7 years ago

Using it in Oktoberfest recipe with grilled bratwurst.
Grill bratwurst..or braise them in beer to a bit crispy. Saute onions and sliced peppers, Add the bok choy and some sauerkraut and some caraway seeds, a touch of fennel seeds..and steam it down. (cubed green apples would be optional for the mix).
Serve with some soft pretzels and mustard and beer.

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Jennifer Robinson
added about 4 years ago

Hi Sam1148. This sounds delicious. Will try tonight and let you know what I think. I couldn't come up with anything to do with bratwurst and bok choy, so thank you for this wonderful sounding suggestion.

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