What is pak choi?
Also known as bok choy or horse’s ear, this low-calorie, vitamin-rich Asian vegetable is part of the cabbage family. It tastes somewhat similar to spinach and can be used in much the same way: raw in salads, or lightly cooked in stir-frys, tofu dishes, or roast vegetable sides.
Is pak choi good for you?
Very. Pak choi is mega-rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, riboflavin (B2), and vitamin B6. In fact, 250g of cooked pak choi provides more than 100% of the recommended dietary allowance of A, and close to two-thirds the RDA of C.*
How do you use pak choi?