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Garlic Bok Choy
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Garlic Bok Choy

Garlic Boy Choy that takes only 10 minutes to make from prep to dinner table. Easy and healthy vegetable recipe that calls for only 3 simple ingredients.

I love vegetables, especially dark leafy greens such as bok choy, Chinese mustard greens, and kailan.

Garlic Bok Choy

Green leafy vegetables are so easy to make and takes only a few very simple ingredients. The key to making crisp, fresh, and absolutely delicious vegetables is to stir-fry the vegetables on high heat, and flash cooked the vegetables so they remain crunchy, crisp, and not wilted and overcooked.

Garlic Bok Choy

This garlic bok choy took me practically 8 minutes from prep to the dinner table. Yes, less than 10 minutes and takes only 3 simple ingredients! First, I rinsed the bok choy with water, drained, and cut the stems. Then I prepared the minced garlic before I heated up my wok to stir-fry the vegetables. For the seasoning, you only need salt. A few quick stirs and this beautiful, healthy, and absolutely delightful dish is ready.

Garlic Bok Choy

Bok choy is a Chinese vegetable but they are increasingly popular and readily available at most supermarkets. Pick up a bunch of them and try this quick and easy Chinese recipe. Make an Asian chicken stir-fry dish (you can browse the many chicken recipes on Rasa Malaysia) with garlic bok choy and you have a healthy and wholesome meal for your family!

RECIPE HERE: Garlic Bok Choy
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7 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Becky says:

    Is this a head of Bol Choy chopped up or a bunch of baby Bol Choy just trimmed?

  2. Gotta love bok choy. Although I’m always partial to a healthy dousing with oyster sauce, this is always a great and easy fix for bright green, crunchy vegetables! And I love how they cook so fast!

  3. Eileen says:

    Some American friends or mine love the baby bok choy. Like you wrote – so easy to prepare. I like a dash of both oyster and soy sauce in lieu of salt.

  4. I love bok choy, this sounds easy to do!

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