Choi Sum with Wasabi Dressing

A light and refreshing vegetable side dish with a fiery kick of wasabi dressing.

Recipe By: Orange House (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/439)
Serves 2 Cook: 5 min

Ingredients

Choi sum bunch 1
Salt a pinch
Vegetable oil for boiling 1 tsp
Dashi stock (or fish stock) 50ml
Soy sauce 1 tsp
Wasabi (tube) 1 cm
Sesame seeds as required

Method

1
Add 2 tbsp warm water to 1/2 tsp of dashi stock granules, add the soy sauce and wasabi and stir well.
2
Boil hot water in a large pan and add the salt and oil.
3
Boil the choi sum stems for 90 seconds, then add the leaves and boil for a total of 2.5 minutes.Remove from the water and cool under running water. Drain and pat dry.
4
Cut the choi sum to about 5cm long, then transfer to a serving dish. Pour over the dressing from Step 1 and sprinkle with the sesame seeds.
5
Bonito flakes would also taste delicious if you don't have sesame seeds.

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Choi Sum with Wasabi Dressing

A light and refreshing vegetable side dish with a fiery kick of wasabi dressing.

Recipe By: Orange House (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/439)

Serves 2

Cook: 5 min

Ingredients

Choi sum bunch 1
Salt a pinch
Vegetable oil for boiling 1 tsp
Dashi stock (or fish stock) 50ml
Soy sauce 1 tsp
Wasabi (tube) 1 cm
Sesame seeds as required

Choi Sum with Wasabi Dressing

Recipe ID :2617 Posted on 01 MAY 2017

Serves 2

Cook 5min
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A light and refreshing vegetable side dish with a fiery kick of wasabi dressing.

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a pinch
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Method

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5min
1
Add 2 tbsp warm water to 1/2 tsp of dashi stock granules, add the soy sauce and wasabi and stir well.
2
Boil hot water in a large pan and add the salt and oil.
3
Boil the choi sum stems for 90 seconds, then add the leaves and boil for a total of 2.5 minutes.Remove from the water and cool under running water. Drain and pat dry.
4
Cut the choi sum to about 5cm long, then transfer to a serving dish. Pour over the dressing from Step 1 and sprinkle with the sesame seeds.
5
Bonito flakes would also taste delicious if you don't have sesame seeds.
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