Looking for pak choi recipes? Pak choi (also known as bok choi) is a member of the cabbage family and is popular in Asian cooking. Experiment with glazing, shredding, stir-frying or poaching pak choi in these ideas. Next, try our kohlrabi recipes and cabbage recipes.
Best pak choi recipes
Pak choi gets a sriracha, lime and mirin glaze to go with sesame-crusted salmon in this simple but punchy midweek meal for two. This nutritious dish is packed with plenty of zesty vegetables and it’s ready in 30 minutes.
In this recipe by Francis Law, pak choi is drizzled with soy sauce and homemade garlic oil, offering fresh and punchy flavours which will please everyone at the table.
Pak choi gets simmered in a flavoursome broth of chicken stock, ginger and garlic and topped with shredded miso and gochujang chicken to make this hearty soup.
This vegan recipe brings pak choi together with mushrooms, crunchy carrots and aromatic ginger. It’s a quick and easy stir-fry that’s under 400 calories.
Pak choi makes the perfect partner for this tofu, cooked with a sticky ginger marinade. This simple, healthy recipe is quick to make and is a great meat-free dinner.
Duck is easy to get right in this Asian stir-fry with meaty pak choi and punchy ginger. It’s easy to make, super healthy and ready in 15 minutes.
Check out this quick and easy ramen recipe with pak choi and crispy sesame seed bacon. This wholesome noodle soup is low in calories and ready in under 30 minutes.
Pak choi is shredded and used to stuff rice paper rolls along with sriracha beef here. The fresh crunch of the vegetables and the spicy kick of the sriracha are a great combination to wake up your tastebuds. An ideal lunch or light dinner.
Pak choi bathes in a chilli, lemongrass, ginger and soy broth here, and is joined by ginger chicken dumplings to create a quick, easy and nutritious meal.
These Shanghai fried beef noodles make a great, easy meal for two. Whip out this recipe when you want a flavour-packed, protein-rich meal on the table in just half an hour.
Steam pak choi and then slather in a simple sauce of stir-fried prawns and red curry paste for a quick, healthy and spicy meal for two.