Healthy Food Database
Choy Sum and Chinese flowering cabbage has little yellow flowers which can be eaten along with the dark green leaves and stacks. A mild spinach-like flavour, with no bitterness.
Buy fresh green springy leaves that are free of insect bites. Avoid leaves that are yellow and discoloured.
Store in a plastic vegetable bag in the crisper of the fridge.
Tips & Tricks:
These are cheap to buy and cook in a flash - try to get into the habit of eating greens every day.
Fill the sink with fresh water and drop the choy sum in to wash. Swim it around the water for a minute. Shake off any excess water. Cut the vegetable in the direction of growth and shake off any more water. Drop it into a hot wok with no oil. It will steam cook. remove with a slotted spoon and serve with a sprinkling of lime or lemon juice.
Nutrition per 1 Cup:
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