This quick and easy Ginger Bok Choy recipe makes a lovely addition to the side dish.I like to use the white parts of the bok choy as an onion substitute in a lot of my dishes.When I do that, I end up with a lot of the greens on the side. And that’s when I like to make this Ginger Bok Choy recipe as an addition to my side dish. It adds freshness and additional texture to the dish.
Chop bok choy greens in fine long strips. Heat the oil on medium heat, add ginger and cook for about a minute. Then transfer bok choy greens into the pan, add a little bit of salt and lemon juice and cook for about 3 minutes ( until the greens are wilted and bright green).
Sprinkle roasted sesame seeds or roasted pine nuts and enjoy as an addition to your side dish. Serve right away.
watch me do it in this video
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- Chop bok choy green in fine long strips. (Watch the way I do it in the video)
- Heat processed coconut oil in medium heat, add ginger, and cook for 1 min.
- Transfer bok choy greens into the pan, add lemon juice, salt and pepper, and cook for about 3 minutes ( until the greens are wilted and bright green).
- Sprinkle roasted sesame seeds or roasted pine nuts and enjoy as an addition to your side dish.
- serve right away
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