I haven’t posted in two weeks!!!!! Eek! I have so many backlogged I must remedy this situation immediately. I’ll start with one of my fave items from our first CSA jackpot from Blandford Nature Center. Bok choy.
There are about a thousand ways to spell this little veggie wonder. I’m going with ‘bok choy’ for purposes of this post. High in vitamin C, antioxidants, folic acid, and potassium yet low in cals and carbs makes bok choy an eat-until-you-are-stuffed candidate for low guilt and high yum.
- 3 baby bok choy, cut in half length wise
- 1 T roasted sesame oil (garlic oil, chili oil, walnut oil, anything would be great here)
- 1 tsp hot pepper flakes
- salt and pepper to taste
This is a no-brainer. Heat grill to let’s say, hot…I just turned it all the way to high and waited like 5 minutes. I know, scientific eh?
Drizzle bok choy halves with oil, sprinkle hot pepper flakes, salt and pepper on top. Toss on HOT grill until charred. Mr. Wonderful said, “if more people could experience charred greens, they would LOVE them.” I would have to agree.
I served this next to brown rice, mandarin orange chick’n and a few crushed up cashew bits I had lying around. Quick meal, as the rice was in the freezer just waiting for a chance to shine.
Recipe adapted from: Simply Recipes.
Here is another recipe that I’ve wanted to try for a while now too: Sesame Coconut Bok Choy. If you make it let me know how it turns out.