Pak choi Grown by Guy Singh-Watson at Riverford in the Vendée, France

£2.20 / 350g
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About

This striking, juicily sweet leafy green is made for stir-fries and steaming. It’s a Chinese vegetable related to the cabbage, and it goes well with Asian flavours like ginger, garlic, soy sauce, chilli and sesame. Its succulent crunch is also good raw in salads, cooked as a spinach-like side, or added to a noodle soup or curry.

Country of origin

Grown in
  • France
To keep its crisp, pert character, only cook choi very briefly. Its clean taste is great with fish
- Riverford cooks

How to prepare

To prepare it, remove the leaves and give them a wash, cut the leaves into strips then steam or stir fry.

Storage

Delivered from the farm, so wash before eating. Best kept in the fridge and eaten within a week.

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