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Pak Choi ( Puk Gaung Toung )


Pak Choi (Bok Choi in some pronunciations) is a Chinese green leaf cabbage used in stir fry dishes. The great thing about Pak Choi is the broad stems can be used just like the leaves. Keep in the fridge in the vegetable tray, like that they'll keep for a week or so.

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Can you boil Pak choi ?

You can blanch it, 20 seconds in boiling water is enough just to soften the leaves and that's all it really needs.

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