Similar to Bok Choy but with uniform light green stems and leaves, Mini Shanghai Bok Choy is young, especially tender Chinese cabbage that is milder than white Bok Choy and slightly less sweet than other varieties. It is often sautéed, or steamed, served in soups and stir-fries, with other vegetables and meat, or as a side dish by itself. It can also be grilled.
Baby Shanghai Bok Choy: Popularly cooked in stir-fries or served with whole leaves in a soup. Also popular combined with chicken or fish and ginger, soy & sesame.
Stir-fry: 3 minutes
Steam: 5 minutes
Sauté: 4 minutes
Vit. A, C, K; Calcium, potassium, folate, lutein, beta-carotene, amino acids and fiber
Fats and Carbs: Fat free, 2 carbs per serving