SAUTEED BABY BOK CHOY

 

 

Hello!!!

Today i am sharing a very easy and nutritious recipe that is loved by my family. It is made used Baby Bok Choy.Bok choy or pak choy is a type of Chinese cabbage.It is rich is Antioxidants and also has Anti-inflammatory properties and is also known to prevent Cancer.It is a powerhouse  of nutrients  and is rich in vitamins C, A, and K, and and also excellent sources of calcium, magnesium, potassium, manganese, and iron.It is widely used in Chinese cooking. I get organic ones here .

As a part of our 113th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #LeafyGreens my humble contribution is this Sauteed Baby Bok Choy.You can whip up this nutritional dish in just 5-10 mins with very basic ingredients available in your kitchen.

Recipe for Sauteed Baby Bok Choy:

Ingredients:

250 Gms Baby Bok Choy (I have used organic Baby bok choy )

8 Garlic Pods finely chopped

1.5 Tbsp organic Tamari

1.5 Tsp Roasted Sesame seeds

1/2 Tsp Olive oil

 

Method:

Wash and clean baby bok choy and slit it into two lengthwise.

Take a wide bottom pan. Add oil.Add chopped garlic pods and roast untill fragrant. Now add the slit baby bok choy and mix well for about a minute. Now add tamari and mix again for about a minute. Once done switch off the stove. Garnish with roasted sesame seeds and serve hot.

Enjoy this yummy and healthy dish at the comfort of your home anytime!!!!!!!!!

8 comments on “SAUTEED BABY BOK CHOY

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    The sauteed baby bok choy looks inviting di !

  2. -

    This looks super tempting Preethi and healthy too. Awesome share.

    • - Post author

      Thank you Priya.Tamari is a glutan free soya sauce.It is less salty compared to normal soya sauce.

  3. -

    I have never cooked with Bok Choy, Preethi. Your recipe is so temping me to!

  4. -

    So so delicious Preethi. Hubby and I love wok choy. We don’t get it in Mombasa but we’ve had loads of it in Montreal.

  5. -

    Cute looking Bok choy. must have tasted very delicious!!

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