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Good recipe! I separated the whites of the bok choy from the leaves - I used the whole thing and didn't measure. Cooking the white parts first and then adding the greens at the end of the cooking. As others suggested I added sliced baby bella mushrooms, snap peas and some shrimp and doubled the sauce. Very tasty over brown rice. Next time I will add some spice to heat it up a bit.

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DDW May 05, 2010

Very good! could have definately added double the bok choy. I did end up putting about 1 1/2 cups of celery in with the bok choy and added both walnuts and a package of ramen noodles, minus the seasoning packet. We thoroughly enjoyed it and will be making it again soon!

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karalyn5272 January 18, 2010

Yum, yum, and yum is all I have to say. I've never cooked with Bok Choy. I'm so glad this was the first recipe I tried!!! My spouse even said "Nice dish!" (and to hear that from my picky eater says a lot!). I added some asparagus spears I needed to use up and I thought the sauce thickened perfectly.This one is being added to the recipe book and will make again! Thanks for sharing.

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ARathkamp July 27, 2013

I did not add anything to it, so there was more sauce than needed, and it was way too salty. I will reduce the soy sauce by half next time. I used low-sodium soy sauce. With additions, this could be aok as is, but not with just the bok choy.

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bearskid July 11, 2013

Like others did not measure the boy choy and it cooked down like crazy. Added a little more garlic, and pineapple (towards the end) and cilantro. Put over white rice. Even my super duper picky daughter is eating it! We love it!

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jcpropheticsoul May 18, 2012

Made this for a second time - this time using regular soy sauce. YECH! It was SO, SO salty!! Almost inedible. I would only recommend making this with low sodium soy sauce - I would also suggest leaving out the chicken broth - it just becomes so mucky & gloopy.

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dukeswalker November 09, 2010

this was ok - sauce was lacking a little flavor though - just don't know what - tasted like i doused the bok choy in a garlicky soy sauce, but, i like the idea, maybe with something besides the boy choy next time

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ShortieNJ June 29, 2010

This was my first attempt at bok choy and it was wonderful. I added snow peas that I had on hand. I also used low sodium soy sauce and found the salt level to be perfect using that. This will be made often.

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pataylor145 April 13, 2010

I had planned on this dish as part of an Asian meal, but was unable to locate any bok choy. Not to be stopped! I made the sauce as written but substituted 12 oz. sliced portabella mushrooms, 1/2 sliced Vidalia onion, 2 cups asparagus, and 3 sliced zucchinis - and then threw in a cup of shrimp for good measure. It was delicious!

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Widget3 February 25, 2010

This was so good! I did add fresh asparagus which was delicious. Next time I will add onions and mushrooms. I doubled the sauce and served all over red rice-Buddha rice. Delicious! Very easy.

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warnickath February 02, 2010
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