Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Baby Bok Choy

I am lucky to have a small Asian store so close by to home. I have ample supply of fresh Asian vegetables every week. One of my favorite veggies to buy is baby bok choy. This is a very common vegetable in the Asian household. I prepared this simple vegetable when we have some guests over for dinner the other day.


A big bunch of baby bak choy or any type of greens
3 cloves of garlic – chopped

1 tbsp oyster sauce
3 tbsp of soy sauce
4 tbsp of water
1/2 tsp sugar

1. Wash the greens and toss dry. Bring a pot of water to boil. Blanch the vegetables for 12 seconds. Removed , toss dry and put the vegetables on a serving plate
2. Heat up 2 – 3 tbsp of olive oil and stir-fry the garlic until lightly brown. Removed the garlic and oil and set it aside.
3. In the same pan bring all the sauce ingredients to boil. Once boil pour the sauce over the vegetables. Top it with the fried garlic.


Rate This Recipe!! said...

We love baby bak choys! Nice table setting!

mycookinghut said...

I love back choys... especially this combo - with fried garlic...
Well, I usually have to go to chinatown to get my asian food supplies.. maybe I should start exploring smaller stores near me..

Reanaclaire said...

My teenaged girl also loves small bak choy.. crunchy if done this way, right? love it!!

Anonymous said...

I really like your unstaged pictures much better!

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

I like you table setting, so beautiful. and I like to cook this simple way of veggie too.

tigerfish said...

I love baby bok choy too. And wow, that is an elaborate meal.

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

The table setting is nice and so is the bok choy and I can't be bother with table setting just cooked , served and

Cheah said...

I always make this simple yet delicious veggie. Recently when my son was home, he remarked that a tiny bunch will cost him around 2 pounds in Pembroke.

Ju (The Little Teochew) said...

Nothing like good ld garlic and veggies. What a feast! You're really very capable.

Elin Chia said...

Simple and yet delicious. Greens should be cooked this way. Nice setting too...Gert you really have a flare for this :)) Can't wait to meet up with you and the others :))

Little Corner of Mine said...

I like this easy cooking style. And I'm surprise you eat with chopsticks and bowls.

ICook4Fun said...

Rate this recipe, thank you.

Leemei, I am lucky to be living so near to this Asian store. Can get all kinds of Asian ingredients there.

Reanaclaire, I prefer the small ones than the big ones.

Anon, thank you.

Sonia, thank you.

Tiger, me too.

A Full Timed Housefly, since we had guests over we have to set the table up. Normal days we just eat at our small breakfast table :)

Cheah, yea veggies here are pretty expensive.

Ju, just some simple homecooked food :)

Elin, thank you. Looking forward to meet you too.

LCOM, Carlos and I will used chopsticks and bowls if you have Chinese meal at home :)

Noob Cook said...

one of my fave veg too, its fast to cook. I love your table setting and what a feast! :)