Our bok choy recipes often appear in soups and stir fry recipes, but it can also be shredded for slaw, steamed, sauteed, or try braising baby bok choy. Bok choy is a great source of nutrients, including vitamins A and C, with minimal calories.
When you need an easy, delicious side dish, try this sautéed bok choy with ginger, garlic, and soy sauce. The recipe calls for baby bok choy but large bok choy can also be used: Just trim the stem ends and cut the heads into 2-inch pieces. This side pairs well with our Soy-Honey-Glazed Arctic Char.
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.
No need to form wontons for this soothing soup! The wrappers go into the garlic-ginger broth separately from the filling (mini pork meatballs flavored with soy sauce and cilantro). Vitamin-rich bok choy provides a welcome pop of green.
This easy riff on a Thai staple gets big flavor from four basic ingredients: curry paste, coconut milk, yellow bell pepper, and bok choy. It's even heartier ladled over short-grain brown rice or Asian noodles.
Steaming this popular Chinese vegetable with chile, garlic, and ginger spices up its otherwise subtle essence. We love baby bok choy for its small size and tender leaves, but this recipe can also be made with regular bok choy sliced lengthwise into 1 1/2-inch pieces.
When looking for a healthy and easy-to-prepare dinner, few things satisfy more than a vegetable stir-fry. In the "Taste for Living World Cookbook," former financier Mike Milken and chef Beth Ginsberg share their own unique recipe for this classic dish, a healthy and tasty stir-fry that will please vegetarians and meat eaters alike.
This recipe comes from James Wong, grandfather of Michelle Wong, associate style editor at Martha Stewart Living. Unlike most wontons, they contain ample fresh greens; you can substitute fresh spinach for the bok choy greens, if you like. Store-bought wonton wrappers are an easy, time-saving alternative to homemade ones.
Chef Eric Ripert, of Le Bernardin in New York City, enjoys exploring foods from many parts of the world. Sauteed grouper prepared with baby bok choy, ginger, and soy and oyster sauces is an example of his interest in Asian foods and ingredients.
A stir-fry is great for a quick weeknight dinner -- to make the meal even speedier, cut the cauliflower and bok choy ahead of time, devein and peel the shrimp, and have it all ready to go in the refrigerator. You could serve this dish over brown rice, but the starchlike texture of the cauliflower makes it more than able to stand alone.