bok choy

  • Hot Pot & Hot Plate

    Mizutaki

    ‘Mizutaki’ is one of the most popular Nabe (Hot Pot) dishes in Japan. ‘Mizutaki’ means ‘cooked in water’. Chicken and a variety of Vegetables are cooked in water, sometimes with a piece of Kombu (Kelp). However, they are most commonly cooked in Chicken Stock these days. When Chicken and Vegetables are cooked, you may take …

  • Egg Harusame & Rice Noodles Other Soup Tofu

    Harusame, Tofu & Egg Soup

    ‘Harusame’ are the noodles made from Potato starch or Mung Bean starch. I love its delicate texture. For this soup, please use soft Tofu such as ‘Silken’ or ‘Momen’. Season the soup lightly as the flavour should be gentle and subtle. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 4 cups (1000ml) Chicken Stock OR Stock of your choice2 …

  • Beef Ramen

    Beef & Bok Choy Ramen Soup

    This is a super quick & easy Ramen Noodle soup. The soup is thickened with Potato Starch. You may wish to add other Vegetables and Asian Mushrooms. Ramen Noodles (OR Chinese Egg Noodles) can be replaced with Udon Noodles or Rice Noodles. Makes 2 Servings Ingredients 2 servings Ramen Noodles OR Chinese Egg Noodles150 to …

  • Egg Vegetables

    Bok Choy & Egg with Oyster Sauce

    This dish is supposed to be cooked with Oysters and Bok Choy. In Japan, fairly large Oysters removed from shell are available for cooking. Here in Melbourne, Oysters are in shell, rather small, and they are to be eaten raw. They are very expensive. So, I use Eggs instead of Oysters, and it’s delicious. Makes …