Add the mild taste and tender texture of baby bok choy to stir-fries, stews and soups! The baby bok choy offers a sweeter flavour than the mature bok choy with a taste comparable to Swiss chard.
Remove the bottom end of the bok choy plant and carefully rinse each leaf under cold water. While bok choy can also be steamed or boiled, the most flavorful way to cook this vegetable is by stir-frying.
Tasty and healthy too! It"s an excellent source of vitamin C, a good source of vitamin A, and contains several minerals.
It's so tasty many pests love it too! Because this is organic produce (so not sprayed with any pesticides non-organic farmers might use) it's not uncommon for the leaves to contain a few holes from critters who've helped themselves to a meal in the field. Regardless of the odd hole, your bok choy will always be super fresh, crispy and delicious!
To store, place unwashed in a perforated plastic bag or brown paper bag. Refrigerate in a crisper drawer for one to two days. Wash thoroughly to remove any sandy grit; drain well.