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A simple, yet elegant dish. For best results, gently shake the skillet from time to time while the catfish cooks to ensure it doesn't stick. Kale or spinach can be substituted for bok choy.
Fresh sweet and sour citrus juices combine with honey and garlic to lend a lively flavor to plump scallops. Crispy on the outside, tender and succulent on the inside, serve as a festive, distinctively Asian starter or as a main course. For an eye-catching contrast, stir 1/4 cup black sesame seeds in with the white seeds.
For a fresh, spicy kick, substitute 1 teaspoon freshly grated ginger for the ground ginger in this recipe.
This delicious and speedy side dish pairs bok choy with tangy cheddar and rich walnuts. Serve it alongside roast pork or poultry, or pair it with brown rice and baked tofu for a very satisfying vegetarian meal.
Here's an uncomplicated preparation for a delicious Asian green vegetable. Sweet chili sauce, garlic and ginger provide simple adornments for the tender bok choy leaves and stems. Serve with steamed rice for soaking up the sauce.
The flavors of ginger, garlic, and golden brown sesame seeds are locked inside tender tofu steaks that are seared over high heat until crispy. If you prefer a stronger miso flavor, use a dark brown or red miso. If you find yourself without apple or pineapple juice, use water instead. From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook
Serve this simple vegetable side dish with brown rice or quinoa.
When infused with whole herbs, the dry character of chardonnay creates a rich poaching liquid. Use fresh or frozen scallops in this recipe.
Use in sandwiches or wraps, or serve on a bed of sautéed veggies like spinach, carrots, bok choy or bell peppers.
Big flavor from just a few simple ingredients. Grilling brings out the sweetness of bok choy, making it a terrific match for meaty swordfish steaks.
Pickled ginger adds just the right kick to this fragrant, moist method for cooking halibut. Serve it with steamed bok choy or spinach and rice, to soak up all of the delicious marinade.
Serve with sautéed greens such as bok choy, mustard greens or broccolini. If you're looking for an alternative to chicken, this can be made with pork or tempeh.
Coconut and curry lend an exotic tropical flair to this quick and easy savory dish. Fresh green beans, bok choy and carrots add a tender-crisp bite to this Asian-inspired chicken soup. Serve with or over jasmine rice.
This recipe for oven-steamed whole fish calls for red snapper, but feel free to check with your fish monger for a recommendation for other options. The fish is stuffed with ginger, garlic and star anise and rubbed with Chinese five-spice powder for an Asian flair. Serve with steamed bok choy and rice.
There's no need to fear cooking a whole fish! This easy preparation combines fragrant scallions, cilantro and ginger with a salty-sweet glaze. Ask your fish monger for fish recommendations if red snapper is not available. Serve with steamed rice and bok choy.