Since you've asked what goes well with bok choy, we thought we'd give you just that.
Use this list below whenever you need to know what flavors and ingredients taste good with bok choy.
Commonly found in Asian stir-fries, bok choy is known for its crisp texture. Consider pairing it with softer ingredients for a contrast in texture. Mushrooms, seafood, tender strips of pork, chicken or beef, all have a soft texture.
Stir fries often have garlic, ginger, sesame oil, and some kind of protein. All of these and more are listed below.
We've carefully selected only the ingredients that have the strongest matches and are readily available.
Foods starring bok choy:
- chinese food
- soups (wonton and wor wonton soup)
Herb & spice matches:
Oil, vinegar and sauce matches:
- olive oil
- peanut oil
- sesame oil
- brown rice
- rice wine
- peanut sauce
- soy sauce
- bamboo shoots
- bell peppers
- chili peppers, fresh (jalapenos, green chili etc. )
- chili pepper dried flakes
- water chestnuts
- lime juice
- lime zest
Meat protein matches:
- seafood (salmon, scallops, shrimp, prawns, shellfish in general)
- coconut milk
Beans & other legume matches:
- black beans
Nut & seed matches:
- sesame seeds
- rice (your favorite)
Easy Bok Choy Recipe
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