Hoisin Sauce Flavored Bok Choy RecipeTagged in Vegetarian
Hoisin sauce is an asian
flavored 'barbecue sauce'; it has a
distinct smoky flavor, but the taste
of chilies are very evident (not
spicy). Typically this is served to
spice meaty dishes. You can easily add
tofu or gluten to this dish, but I
think that the bok choy can stand on
its own as a quick tasty side dish to
any asian style meal you make!
[this recipe is briefly steamed and
then sautéed. Very quick and tasty
dish. I serve this with spicy lo mein.]
Slice baby bok choy "hot dog style",
or from stalk to shoot in half.
1. Steam for 1-3 minutes in a standard
pot with steaming plate or until steam
is emitted from pot.
2. While the bok choy is steaming,
heat the peanut oil in a small pan.
3. After bok choy has steamed, toss
the bok choy into the oiled pan. Add
hoisin sauce and salt and pepper to
taste. Simmer for 5-10 minutes. (Not
much salt will be needed since there
is sodium in the hoisin sauce)
- 8 stalks baby bok choy
- 4-6 tablespoon hoisin sauce (enough to coat it)
- salt and pepper to taste
- 2 tablespoons peanut oil
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