Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté

Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Recipe. Fresh bok choy combined with tender, sweet snow peas to make fabulous use of fresh garden vegetables, in a quick and easy stir-fry vegetable side dish recipe. This is one simple to make, delicious stir-fry vegetable recipe. Yum!


Fresh bok choy combined with tender, sweet snow peas to make fabulous use of fresh garden vegetables, in a quick and easy stir-fry vegetable side dish recipe. This is one simple to make, delicious stir-fry vegetable recipe. Yum!

Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Recipe

When Hubby first made this recipe I was like “ewwwwww bok choy!” Well, Hubby did it again. I hated cabbage until Hubby made me try this frizzled cabbage recipe and I was not a bok choy fan (AT ALL) until Hubby made this Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté recipe. Now, I can’t wait to bring the bok choy home for me to make this recipe!

We have received a lot of bok choy from our CSA recently. There is only so much soup Hubby can make, so he did this bok choy sauté a few weeks ago. He used only bok choy and sliced the pieces a lot longer. Well, while we loved the taste (we gobbled it up), the length was not very convenient, so Hubby’s next try was short-wise cutting. And when I brought the snow peas home, they made it into this quick and easy recipe!

He’s made this hundreds of times since I first shared this Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté, and I swear it gets better every time.

With snow peas or without snow peas, this sauté is an excellent use of bok choy. Such a simple recipe, yet totally delicious!

Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Recipe. Fresh bok choy combined with tender, sweet snow peas to make fabulous use of fresh garden vegetables, in a quick and easy stir-fry vegetable side dish recipe. This is one simple to make, delicious stir-fry vegetable recipe. Yum!


Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Ingredients:

• 1 TBSP Vegetable Oil
• 3 small Boy Choy (or 1 large boy choy)
• 10 Snow Peas
• 2 TBSP Oyster Sauce
• 1 tsp Dark Sesame Oil

Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Mise en Place:

Wok
• Wok Spatula
• Knife
• Cutting Board
Measuring Spoons

Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Recipe. Fresh bok choy combined with tender, sweet snow peas to make fabulous use of fresh garden vegetables, in a quick and easy stir-fry vegetable side dish recipe. This is one simple to make, delicious stir-fry vegetable recipe. Yum!


Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Directions:

• Heat wok over high flame with 1 TBSP vegetable oil until it starts to smoke lightly.
• Slice bok choy short-wise; slice stalk into ¼” pieces, slice leaves into ½” pieces.
• Wash the stalk and leaves separately, and keep them separated.
• Wash snow peas, peel the back, and cut them in half.

Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Recipe. Fresh bok choy combined with tender, sweet snow peas to make fabulous use of fresh garden vegetables, in a quick and easy stir-fry vegetable side dish recipe. This is one simple to make, delicious stir-fry vegetable recipe. Yum!


• Add bok choy stalk and snow peas to hot wok.
• Toss and stir for 2 minutes.

Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Recipe. Fresh bok choy combined with tender, sweet snow peas to make fabulous use of fresh garden vegetables, in a quick and easy stir-fry vegetable side dish recipe. This is one simple to make, delicious stir-fry vegetable recipe. Yum!


• Add bok choy leaves to wok, toss and stir for 2 minutes until you start to see slight browning on vegetables. Toss and stir continuously.

Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Recipe. Fresh bok choy combined with tender, sweet snow peas to make fabulous use of fresh garden vegetables, in a quick and easy stir-fry vegetable side dish recipe. This is one simple to make, delicious stir-fry vegetable recipe. Yum!


• Add oyster sauce; mix thoroughly.

Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Recipe. Fresh bok choy combined with tender, sweet snow peas to make fabulous use of fresh garden vegetables, in a quick and easy stir-fry vegetable side dish recipe. This is one simple to make, delicious stir-fry vegetable recipe. Yum!


• Add dark sesame oil.
• Toss and stir until thoroughly mixed.

Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Recipe. Fresh bok choy combined with tender, sweet snow peas to make fabulous use of fresh garden vegetables, in a quick and easy stir-fry vegetable side dish recipe. This is one simple to make, delicious stir-fry vegetable recipe. Yum!


• Remove from heat and serve immediately.


Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Recipe

Fresh bok choy combined with tender, sweet snow peas to make fabulous use of fresh garden vegetables, in a quick and easy stir fry vegetables side dish recipe. This is one simple to make, delicious stir fry vegetable recipe. Yum!

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 Minutes
Total Time: 20 Minutes

Ingredients:

1 TBSP Vegetable Oil
3 small Boy Choy (or 1 large boy choy)
10 Snow Peas
2 TBSP Oyster Sauce
1 tsp Dark Sesame Oil

Directions:

• Heat wok over high flame with 1 TBSP vegetable oil until it starts to smoke lightly.
• Slice bok choy short-wise; slice stalk into ¼” pieces, slice leaves into ½” pieces.
• Wash the stalk and leaves separately, and keep them separated.
• Wash snow peas, peel the back, and cut them in half.
• Add bok choy stalk and snow peas to hot wok.
• Toss and stir for 2 minutes.
• Add bok choy leaves to wok, toss and stir for 2 minutes until you start to see slight browning on vegetables. Toss and stir continuously.
• Add oyster sauce; mix thoroughly.
• Add dark sesame oil.
• Toss and stir until thoroughly mixed.
• Remove from heat and serve immediately.

• Makes 4 servings Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté

Bok Choy and Snow Peas Sauté Recipe. Fresh bok choy combined with tender, sweet snow peas to make fabulous use of fresh garden vegetables, in a quick and easy stir-fry vegetable side dish recipe. This is one simple to make, delicious stir-fry vegetable recipe. Yum!


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Comments

  1. Annette Dietz says:

    Dear Ann, I made dinner tonight for my daughter and my self using your bok choy recipe I did alter it some just doing so out of curiousity, I added some nappa cabbage cut the came as the bok choy and I also added a sprinkle of garlic powder…every thing else was the same as the recipe. WOW….that was just the absolute best…I would never have ever though of buying or using oyster sauce but thanks to you and this wonderful stir fry I did. I made this in conjuction with a salmon fillet poached/fryed in a little dab of butter, lemon juice and sprinkled generously with lemon pepper seasoning, When the butter and lemon juice were starting to get sticky brown on the bottom I just threw in some water and left it poach from there….Those two items were the absolute perfect compliment of each other….I love your bok choy recipe Thank you for posting . I absolutely love your site.

    • Oh I love the addition of napa cabbage, Annette! I will definitely tell Hubby for the next time we make this (we’ve made it a LOT this year!)

      Thank you for the idea!
      Ann

  2. Ursula Jourdan says:

    Ann, on the picture, it looks like you also put some green onions. Also, could this recipe still taste good if I left out the oyster sauce? I have lots of toasted sesame seeds and could put them on top. I could also brown a red onion if that took the place of the oyster sauce. I am very allergic to all seafood.

    • Ursula, you can add whatever vegetables you like to this.

      Since oyster sauce is made from oyster extracts, I wouldn’t use it if I were you. However, it is what “makes” this recipe. You’re just going to have a generic stir-fry (not a bad thing) without it.

      Ann

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