Bok Choy Recipes
Thanks to the skirt steak's generous marbling, you don't need much extra oil for a stir-fry with bok choy.
Baked ramen noodles make a crunchy topping for this easy, healthy salad.
If you're making the slaw more than an hour in advance, keep it in the refrigerator; let it stand at room temperature for about 30 minutes before serving.
Inspired by take-out pork wontons, this dish is packed with fiber and vitamins for a healthier weeknight option.
In restaurants, stir-frying is done in extra-large woks over very high heat. To approximate the effect at home, don't crowd the meat in the pan, and make sure the wok and oil are nice and hot before you add the chicken.
This healthy side dish features a trio of Asian flavors -- garlic, ginger, and soy.
Cooking en papillote (in parchment) seals in the moisture of fish fillets, yielding a silken entree and perfectly crisp-tender vegetables.
The yuzu is a relative of an Asian breed of mandarin orange, and its unique taste touts hints of lemon and grapefruit. It perks up a piece of salmon with citrusy charm, making an ordinary dinner more exciting. Recipes reprinted from CITRUS: SWEET AND SAVORY SUN-KISSED RECIPES Copyright Â© 2015 by Valerie Aikman-Smith. Photos Â© 2015 by Victoria Pearson. Published by Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC.
If you're looking for a tasty vegetable for stir-fries, grilling, or salads, try bok choy. Bok choy is especially delicious when eaten raw. Just slice it up, toss with a light dressing, and enjoy.