Again I have LOTS of bok choi. I just love the flavor of it and how nice it looks in the garden. Tonight I am thinking about how to prepare it.
My usual recipe is to sauté minced garlic and ginger, maybe adding a dried chili pepper, in a high heat oil like peanut or sunflower. Then I add the coarsley chopped stems of bok choi and stir fry a few minutes. Next I add coarsley chopped bok choi leaves and stir ’til they wilt. Then I add some corn starch stirred with water, maybe a splash of white whine or vermouth, and a good splash of soy sauce. I stir over heat until the sauce is the right thickness. I like to serve it with fried rice and a roasted meat.
A variation is to use the same preparation, but leave the bok choi whole if they are tiny, or just halve or quarter them. I’ve also added mushrooms. When my son is home, I add broccoli and he eats that and leaves my husband and me the bok choi.
I’m looking for something new tonight. I’ll google and see what Epicurius, Allrecipes and the other usual sites suggest. I’d love to hear ways other gardeners prepare bok choi.