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Bok choy lettuce

Posted By: 284LUVR

Bok choy lettuce - 02/13/20

First time buyer folks and a complete newbie to its many uses and cooking methods. Gimme some ideas / recipes, please.

TIA, Denny
Posted By: Tyrone

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/13/20

I like to stir fry it. Just put some oil or bacon grease in a wok, add some spice like garlic, onion, red pepper, ginger, etc and cook. Towards the end mix some starch in sherry or rice wine to thicken it and add some soy sauce.
Posted By: CWT

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/13/20

I cook a lot of different types of bok choy. Never heard it called bok choy lettuce until now. I stir fry it in a wok usually add garlic, chicken stock, sesame oil, corn starch to thicken.
Posted By: 284LUVR

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/13/20

Chicken stock on the list. Thanks.
Posted By: 5sdad

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/13/20


We use it as part of stir-fry as well. I cut the leaves from the white, fry the white along with other "hard" vegetables, and stir the leaves in just before serving.
Posted By: 300MAG

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/13/20

Try roasting it in oven with balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt & pepper....TASTY!!
Posted By: FatCity67

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/13/20

Soup.
Posted By: BOWHUNR

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/15/20

It's not lettuce, but actually a verity Chinese cabbage, Either way I love it. We roast or steam it like brussel's sprouts and finish with balsamic glaze. Never met a cabbage I didn't like.

Mike
Posted By: Jim_Conrad

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/15/20

Feed it to your rabbit pen.


Eat the rabbits.
Posted By: 79S

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/15/20

Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Feed it to your rabbit pen.


Eat the rabbits.


You Ph ucking heathen...
Posted By: Tyrone

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/15/20

You could always make Kim Chee out of it.
Posted By: TimberRunner

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/17/20

One of the best no carb wraps out there. For tacos, sloppy Joe's, etc.
Posted By: BlackHunter

Re: Bok choy lettuce - 02/21/20

Use in soups, stir fry or oven roast.

I use the tender green part mixed in with rice pilaf.

The harder white parts add crunch to salads.
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