If you don't like bok choy, you are not alone!! If you are open to trying again, try one of these delicious recipes. One of these recipes may convince you how delicious bok choy can be!
Bok choy lovers rejoice because I have found the ten best gluten free bok choy recipes that are so worth trying! If bok choy has intimidated you, it is time to have some fun with it. I promise these are easy recipes that really highlight the flavor potential of bok choy.
What Is Bok Choy?
Bok Choy is one of those vegetables you either love or hate....there is no in-between. The good news is that bok choy cooking is easy, and I have pulled together 10 of my favorite, mouthwatering bok choy recipes for you to try!
Have you seen all of the bok choy at your local farmer's markets lately? Bok Choy is from the cabbage family and is in season and ready for you to try.
I am going to be brutally honest. My family doesn't like bok choy very much. It tends to get slimy when cooked, a definite no-no when kids are involved!
You can find bok choy in all sizes, from large to small. Baby bok choy is pretty grilled in Buddha Bowls (pictured above.)
Is bok choy good for you?
It is a shame more people don't love this vegetable because bok choy is packed with over 70 antioxidants, vitamins A & C, and iron. Bok Choy is a healthy choice to incorporate into your diet....if you don't have picky family members!
Can you eat the whole bok choy?
The entire bok choy is edible, from its leaves to the bulb. Bok choy has a mild taste, almost like cabbage, but much lighter in flavor. It absorbs the flavors of sauces you cook it in easily.
How do you cook bok choy?
Bok choy can be sautéd, stir-fried, oven-roasted, grilled, and even eaten raw!
I found ten incredible bok choy recipes that will challenge you and your family to give this green vegetable another chance. You will find recipes with hidden bok choy to recipes where bok choy takes center stage; these are MUST-TRY recipes.
These popular bok choy recipes are ready in under 30 minutes, and these bok choy dishes are perfect for those busy weekday nights!
How To Eat Bok Choy:
If you are like me, you see bok choy and wonder how to eat bok choy. Bok choy can be enjoyed both raw and cooked.
If you decide to cook your bok choy, my top tip for cooking bok choy is not over to cook it! Bok choy can get slimy very quickly, so I like to add bok choy in after the other vegetables or ingredients cook for a few minutes.
How To Use Bok Choy:
Here are my favorite recipes that show you how to use bok choy:
(*This post was updated from an older June 2015 post with more unique bok choy recipes.)