Egg & Bak Choy Soup
Bok choy is widely used in Chinese cooking, frequently in soups, salads, stir-fries and fillings for spring rolls, potstickers, steamed buns and dumplings.
Step 1: Wash the bok choy and cut it into small pieces.
Step 2: Beat the eggs and mix thoroughly.
Step 3: Put an appropriate amount of starch and water in a small bowl to make starch juice.
Step 4: Put an appropriate amount of water in the pot, bring to a boil, add an appropriate amount of salt, add bak choy, and bring to a boil.
Step 5: After the pot is boiled, pour in the egg mixture.
Step 6: Pour the starch juice into a small bowl, stir with a spoon and turn off the heat.
Is bok choy a Superfood?
It is also a good source of Omega-3, fiber, calcium and folate. Believe it or not, bok choy has over 70 antioxidant substances and has been included in many studies to understand how antioxidants reduce our risk of cancer.
Why does my bok choy taste bitter?
Bok choy has a bitter taste, which may be related to the season of bok choy. In the late fall when the temperature difference is large, the sugar content of bok choy is more likely to accumulate, and it tastes sweet; or it is related to fertilization. Too much nitrogen fertilizer to bok choy will also cause bok choy to have a bitter taste.