— VEGETABLES – CHINESE VEGETABLES
Mini pak choi
Mini pak choi is the little brother of common pak choi and has soft, crunchy white stems and dark green leaves. The taste is fresh and fairly neutral with a pleasant bite. Mini pak choi tastes fantastic in Asian stir-fries.
Availability mini pak choi
Pak choi has been cultivated for over 5.000 years. The name pak choi means “white vegetable” in the Cantonese language and is named to the colour of the petioles. In the 18th century, this Chinese cabbage also found its way into Western cuisine and cultivation.
BELGIUM, SPAIN & HOLLAND
How to store
Pak choi can be kept in the vegetable drawer of the fridge for a couple of days.
How to eat
Mini pak choi can be used in whole, but cut the bottom off before eating. You can also boil the leaves and stems separately. The mini pak choi is suitable for a lot of different dishes. Think: stir-fried dishes, noodles or soup. But it can also be used in a Dutch stew.