Bok Choy Chicken
November 07th, 2012 31 Comments

Bok Choy Chicken

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Bok Choy Chicken - easy vegetable stir-fry recipe with bok choy, chicken, garlic and a simple sauce. So EASY, healthy and takes only 15 minutes |


Bok Choy Chicken Recipe

Serves 2 | Prep Time: 10 Minutes | Cook Time: 10 Minutes


6 oz boneless and skinless chicken breast, cut into thin pieces
2 tablespoons oil
8 oz bok choy, sliced into pieces
1-inch piece ginger, peeled and sliced into pieces


1/2 tablespoon soy sauce
1/2 tablespoon cornstarch


1/2 heaping tablespoon oyster sauce
2 tablespoons water
1/4 teaspoon sesame oil
3 dashes white pepper
1 teaspoon wine
1/2 teaspoon sugar


Marinate the chicken with the ingredients in Marinade for 10 minutes. Combine all the ingredients in the Sauce in a small bowl, stir to blend well.

Heat 1/2 tablespoon oil in a wok until the oil becomes hot. Add the chicken and quickly stir-fry until the surface of the chicken turn opaque or white. Dish out and set aside. This step seals in the juice in the chicken so the texture is tender and vevelty smooth.

Heat up the remaining oil in the wok until hot. Add the ginger into the wok and stir-fry until aromatic. Add the chicken back into the wok and do a few quick stirs. Add in the bok choy and stir to combine well. Transfer the sauce into the wok and continue to stir-fry until the bok choy is cooked but remain crisp. Do not overcook.

Dish out and serve immediately with steamed white rice.

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31 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Patricia De Sousa Melo via Facebook says:

    I love bok choi and kale!

  2. This looks really good and very healthy! I will definitely give it a try since I am looking for healthy recipes

  3. Bok Choy, Gai lan and broccolini (if its considered leafy).

  4. I like them all, but particularly morning glory, a.k.a. Chinese water spinach, or phak boong in Thai.

  5. JiaYin Wee via Facebook says:

    I like peapod tips and baby bak Choy

  6. Jola Ice via Facebook says:

    Water morning glory, malabar spinach, wild betel and first of all: mustard greens.

  7. Dina Aprilia via Facebook says:

    Watercress,bok choy,kale,water spinach

  8. Emily Lu via Facebook says:

    Vietnamese spinach soup!

  9. Wilson Ww via Facebook says:

    Gai lan & morning glory

  10. Vert Driver via Facebook says:


  11. Simon says:

    Great recipe. It’s kind of how i prepare it at home too, I don’t use starch excessively in cooking. The starch from the chicken marinade, as well as vegetables and the oyster sauce already got the abilities to thicken small amounts of sauces like this:).

  12. Kendan Lovell via Facebook says:

    I am going to make this for my sister who is flying in today!

  13. Clementina Stögner via Facebook says:

    Baby kailan or kangkong with garlic

  14. Bak choy, baby kailan, kangkong, sawi… Yum

  15. Lilybee Yeoh via Facebook says:

    Chinese broccoli/gai lan

  16. All like green leafy veggies but how to cook them as a meal by itself as many avoid carbo in d nite…healthy yet tasty delicious…??? Tq

  17. Jolene Hui-Mien Low via Facebook says:


  18. Jayne says:

    I know, right? I like to cook vegetables as simply as I can too because I want to maintain their crispness while also not taking away their nutritional value by cooking them to death. Which reminds me, this sentence made me guffaw “Do not kill your vegetables, they are already dead.” I totally get you!

    I like to cook bayam merah (red spinach), kai lan, bok choy and kangkung. pretty much on my weekly rotation and I almost always stirfry them with some minced garlic and salt. Fresh and simple.

  19. Lydia Tang via Facebook says:

    Kai Lan, Mustard green, I love all veggies except for celery. LOL!

  20. Love Chinese vegetable dishes! Even if there are technically only a few…they are a good few, that do justice to the vegetables!

    Some of my favorite greens are bok choy, what we call kang kong (which I think is morning glory), mustard greens (mustasa over here), and maluggay leaves (moringa) :)

  21. bok choi, gai lan, napa cabbage, chard

  22. Vivian Phi via Facebook says:

    Asparagus, baby bok choy, green sprouts, Chinese broccoli, broccoli, and many others :)

  23. Beth says:

    What type of wine did you use in the sauce? Thanks! Looks declicious…I cannot wait to make this dish (along with several others from your site)!

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  25. Pretty much my new favorite blog EVER!!! I love all your recipes. So excited to try out new stuff! Thanks!

  26. Miss Kultur says:

    This needs to be on the first page! I found this recipe by searching for “bok choy”, would have missed it otherwise. So far, the best meal I have EVER made in my kitchen. The sauce is really delicious — highly, highly recommended. I will be making this for my mom when she comes to visit. GREAT RECIPE.

  27. Love this! How simple, nutritious and perfectly easy! We’re going to feature this on our Facebook page and link here so people can see how you made it, and your lovely photography. Please come LIKE us on Facebook for more recipes and tips on super healthy Asian green vegetables like baby bok choy, gai lan, dau miu (pea shoots), yu choy, gai choy, etc.

    –Your friendly Southern California farmers at Jade Asian Greens

  28. Anna says:

    Thank you for this recipe! I made this for dinner the other night, and it was a hit! I was a bit unsure whether my very picky eater husband and youngest daughter would eat it, but they did, and my husband had seconds, too!

    This will definitely be a regular now! Can’t wait to try the other recipes! Thanks again!

  29. Sonny of Sydney says:

    Thanks for the tip on vegies Bee! Keep giving us nice recipes!

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