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21 pak choi recipes


Last Updated : Apr 26,2018




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Recipe# 4191
16 May 15
 by Tarla Dalal
Quick and easy, but typically Chinese, the Schezuan Style Stir-Fried Vegetables features an assortment of crunchy veggies ranging from baby corn and broccoli to cabbage and spring onions, stir-fried with Schezuan sauce and red chillies, and thickened with cornflour. One thing to note here is that th ....
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Recipe# 22549
28 Jun 17
 by Tarla Dalal
Here is an exotic salad that I discovered while on vacation in Thailand. Pakchoy is now easily available in India, so go ahead and savor its unique flavour. You can also try other Thai salads like Gree ....
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Recipe# 4145
12 Feb 16
 by Tarla Dalal
Tease and appease your taste buds with this Chinese black bean sauce. Brinjal, bok choy and black bean together make this a very traditional Chinese combination. Use your own combination of vegetables if you are not a brinjal lover.
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Recipe# 4143
10 Dec 15
 by Tarla Dalal
Okra, a vegetable you’d normally associate with Indian cuisine, finds an apt place in this Oriental delicacy. Here, strips of ladies finger and baby corn are combined with onion and Chinese greens to make a fiery dish flav ....
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Recipe# 4612
25 Jun 14
 by Tarla Dalal
Beans and veggies lightly sautéed to seal in necessary nutrients and flavours of all the ingredients. Celery and soya sauce though used in small quantities are a must to bring the oriental feel to this dish.
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Recipe# 33781
04 Aug 16
 by Tarla Dalal
Popular as it might be, I am sure you must be striking off Schezuan-style stir-fries from your personal menu as it is most often laden with oodles of oil. This one is made with just 2 tsp of oil and uses loads of veggies, making it not just visually-appealing but also strikingly tasty and spicy! ....
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Recipe# 33124
23 Aug 12
 by Tarla Dalal
Stir- fried greens in spicy sauce, although it sounds exotic, this recipe is easy to make. Just buy all the ‘green’ vegetables in advance and prepare them so you can save time. You can use pak choi (chinese cabbage), broccoli, zucchini, asparagus and green capsicum, and you’ll have a gravy that look ....
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Recipe# 22696
06 Mar 13
 by Tarla Dalal
A crisp vegetable fiesta in a spicy , traditionally chinese garlic sauce.
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Recipe# 33118
23 Aug 12
 by Tarla Dalal
The stir-fry method of cooking is essential chinese and today popular for across the globe. The stir-fry method needs less oil, and retains the nutrients in the vegetables making it healthy! the sweet and sour stir-fry is a beautiful mix of fruits and assorted vegetables tossed in a wok along with c ....
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Recipe# 22542
23 Aug 12
 by Tarla Dalal
The steam boat soup is extremely popular in china and it is especially enjoyed during new year. Traditionally this soup is kept boiling on the dinner table and ingredients added to it from time to time. The recipe combines the delicious flavors of soya sauce, a sweet plum sauce and a delectable soup ....
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Recipe# 4152
11 Sep 15
 
by Tarla Dalal
Pak Choi, popularly known as Chinese Cabbage, actually tastes not like cabbage but like greens! It has a crisper texture than our regular greens, and so it combines wonderfully with spinach and bean sprouts in this delicious Stir-Fried Chinese Greens recipe. While Chinese white sauce gives it a c ....
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Recipe# 33120
23 Aug 12
 by Tarla Dalal
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Oriental stir-fry, one of the most popular stir-fries in china is the oriental stir-fry. Traditionally this stir-fry is a mélange of vegetables that is in season. In some parts of china they also add steamed rice and noodles into this stir-fry making it an amazing dish. Cabbage, bean sprouts, brocco ....
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Recipe# 33689
12 Jun 17
 by Tarla Dalal
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Hmm, almonds? Am i kidding? no, despite belonging to the nut family and having its share of quirks, almonds have their share of health benefits – they lower blood cholesterol levels and reduce the risk of heart disease. Note that I've used toasted almonds and not fried them, so as to keep a chec ....
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