Easy Sauteed Baby Bok Choy, crunchy, delicious, and ready in just 15 minutes. An easy side dish you can serve anytime you’re in the mood for bok choy or a light meal.
Sometimes when researching vegetable recipes online, it can be disappointing and frustrating when many do not look appetizing to the naked eye. Cooking vegetables can be bland if you keep adding the usual salt and pepper. By using other types of flavoring for seasoning your veggies, the taste can undoubtedly change for the better.
Shopping for vegetables is frustrating when I cannot find what I need at my local market. I prefer eating a variety of vegetables every week. I like eating exciting and flavorful meals. And having more than the usual choice is excellent, especially when I need to eat a balanced diet.
What is Bok Choy?
Bok Choy is one of the vegetables that are not easily found if you don’t shop in the right markets. It’s like tomatillo, right! How many times have you seen tomatillo at your local market? I can count on one hand the number of times I have seen tomatillos in the vegetables and fruits section at my local market.
Bok Choy is a type of Chinese cabbage. You will probably find Baby Bok Choy or regular Bok Choy mature and larger at your local market. Because larger bok choy takes longer to cook, you have more dish choices. It is not worth it to separate the leaves of baby bok choy from the stems.
Boy Choy is an excellent vegetable for soup and even stews. It is also very easy to cook bok choy.
Cooking bok choy
Cooking bok choy is quick and easy. Several recipes contain soy sauce and sesame oil. Ginger and garlic are also present as they both contribute to the aroma of the dish. But you should not limit yourself to those spices and condiments only.
Yes! You can use other spices
I decided to use Noubess Steak Seasoning because of its bold flavors. The seasoning blend is flavorful and has a peppery kick to it. The combination is a mixture of Black Pepper, Red Pepper, Garlic, Onion, Vegetable Oil, Extractives of Paprika, and other spices.
The taste is phenomenal. No need to add ginger or wasabi and even soy sauce. This particular spice is excellent on vegetables, eggs dishes, and of course, meat.
Here’s a quick and easy recipe for you to try next time you are in the mood for Sauteed Baby Bok Choy.
- In a large sauté pan with a lid, heat olive oil over medium-high heat until it starts to shimmer. Add garlic, and scallion and cook, stirring constantly, for about 30-45 seconds. Do not burn garlic and scallion.
- Add bok choy, Noubess Steak Seasoning and stir mix all ingredients. Cook for approximately 2 minutes. Add stock or water, then cover the pan and cook for about 2 additional minutes.
- Uncover and continue to cook until liquid is close to evaporated and stalks are soft to the touch, approximately 3 minutes more.
- Remove and serve warm.
Please keep in mind that nutritional information is a rough estimate and can vary greatly based on the products used.
Nutrition info is automatically generated and provided as a courtesy and as an estimate only.