Pak Choi Parcel.

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January 4, 2013 by alexanderwillowharvey

Today ive had the oven on baking a few loafs of bread, and I thought id utilize the extra space in the oven, I had some pak choi in the fridge so this was the perfect idea. I moped up the juices with some tasty homemade spelt and linseed bread and it was just bliss!
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Ingredients:
2 small pak choi, sliced length ways down the centre

2 tbsp toasted sesame oil
2 tbsp water
1 tbsp tamari/ soy sauce
1/2 tbsp mirin
1 tsp agave
1/2 tbsp grated ginger
pinch of chili flakes

Method:
Preheat the oven to 190c/ 370f, roll out some baking parchment and lay the pak choi in the center  cut the parchment so it is long enough to fold over the pak choi on both sides, whisk together the remaining ingredients in a small bowl and pour evenly over the pak choi. Now fold over the tops and the bottoms, tie the package up with string and bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes until tender. Serve with baked tofu or stir fried veggies and sprinkled with linseed/ sesame seeds.

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12 thoughts on “Pak Choi Parcel.

  1. indigokittyknits says:

    Wow, that looks marvelous. I think this is probably my favorite vegetable, and I know it’s my husband’s fave. Going to try this soon! Thanks loads for the great idea :)

  2. What a great way to cook this green – with the soy sauce and ginger…mmmmmm!

  3. sweetveg says:

    I forget about using parchment this way. I would never have thought about using it for greens. Yum!

  4. Somer says:

    Oh, I could get into that…Fast! Great idea!

  5. amandacopp says:

    Oh nice! I was just saying how I need to start experimenting with greens!

  6. This looks AMAZINGLY good! I’ve been looking through your blog at work and it is making me so hungry!

  7. yummm great recipe ! i get caught up cookin these greens thee same way each time this is a good way to change it up

  8. uberdish says:

    Mmmm! Looks delicious!

  9. kat says:

    YUM! What a great new idea on eat these veggies! I’ve always boiled or pan fry them, can’t wait to give this a try :)

  10. Alice Slater says:

    This looks GORGEOUS – I’m picturing it perched on a rice mountain, maybe with some tofu on the side. Perfect!

  11. creativespin says:

    I can’t stop eating bok choi. It’s deliciously addictive!

  12. Elaine says:

    Love, Love it.!! Thanks

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