Another recipe from the Everyday Food magazine (I modified for quantity). We tried this one tonight, and loved it. Another bonus was that it was very easy to prepare.
- Cut bok choy in half lengthwise.
- Cut stem off as well as any bruised leafy tops.
- Rinse each half thouroughly to remove any grit.
- Slice each half crosswise into thin strips.
- Place all in a colander.
- Rinse lightly and shake until most of water has drained.
- Coat top with 1/2 tsp salt, and cover with a plate that fits inside the colander.
- Place a canned good on top of the plate to weigh it down.
- Meanwhile place apple and carrot matchstick pieces in a medium bowl.
- Add lemon juice, canola oil, and ginger.
- Add bokchoy to the bowl with the apple and carrot.
- Add 1/2 tsp coarse salt and some freshly grated pepper to taste.
- Stir and refrigerate for at least 15 minutes before serving.
This was really tasty. It makes a great light side dish, although I might increase the amount of ginger next time as it seemed to get lost among the pepper and apple.
I made this on a busy night after preparing for a holiday meal all day. After a long day of cooking this was wonderful and the light flavors were welcome. It is very light and fresh tasty. The lemon, ginger, & cracked black pepper were stars in this summery sald. It is very colorful too. Thank you for sharing the recipe! Made for Asian Tag.
This tasted so fresh & nice! I love how healthy this is and it was the first time I'd eaten bok choi uncooked. Even DD's said they liked it because of the apples and made no complaint! Thanks! Made for Asian tag - Eat your veggies.