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

Garlic Bok Choy

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

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

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

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

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

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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