Stir Fry Bok Choy

"Greens are feel good food! This combination of flavors works every time."
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  • Get wok hot.
  • Add olive oil, onion, ginger, garlic, salt and red pepper flakes, saute for a few minutes.
  • Add chicken broth and lemon juice.
  • Add bok choy and stir on high till done.

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  1. mums the word
    I thought this was very good but I did make a few minor changes. I reduced the oil to 1 Tbsp as I was using a non- stick pan and I reduced the lemon juice to just 1 Tbsp thinking I would increase it if need be. I found that for our tastes, the lemon was perfect at just 1Tbsp. The fresh ginger and garlic are what makes this dish! What a nice change of pace for a veggie dish. Thx!
  2. Latchy
    I actually did this in the microwave. I quartered 3 baby Bok choy lenthwise put them in a dish with the chicken broth, red pepper flakes, lemon juice, garlic & ginger (no onion or olive oil) but added some sesame oil and sherry I have my ginger soaking in. Covered and cooked on high for 2 mins and it turned out perfect, so refreshing with the lemon flavour. I served it with recipe #135783 and it really complemented the richness of the sauce in that recipe. This will become a favourite for me.
  3. Bergy
    Love this recipe - The chili flakes and lemon juice give this recipe a super flavor burst. I had some left over carrots in the fridge so threw them in with the bok chok. I only stir fried the Bok Choy for about 2 minutes, still had some crunch but hot through ad the greens wilted. Thanks Brewster for a recipe that goes in with my favorite veggies
  4. *Parsley*
    Delicious! This blend of flavors is just right for bok choy. I followed the recipe, but only used the juice of 1 lemon. The red pepper flakes added a nice flavor kick. This makes a wonderful side to any Asian-type meal. Thanx!
  5. evewitch
    As written there is absolutely too much lemon juice in this. It is simply too tart. I served this with Recipe #3138 and the noodles from Recipe #76930.



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