"Baby bok choy is halved and caramelized in a sauce reduced from chicken stock, white wine, and garlic. Impressive for a dinner party, easy for a family dinner." — valereee
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baby bok choy, trimmed and sliced in half lengthwise
I'm afraid I didn't time things very well when preparing dinner to allow enough time for the stock and wine to reduce sufficiently before the fish I was preparing was done. No matter - this was delicious in spite of it, so I can't even imagine how much better it would have been had that reduction been prepared as it was meant to be. I did skip the bay leaf and I would the next time I prepare this as well - the right way.
my family didnt like it very much at all
5 stars. Yummy
I used bok choy from the farmers market homemade stock with no salt and reisleing for the wine. It was fantastic. This recipe will be as good as the ingredients you use.
The bay leaf and smashed garlic clove really infuse great flavor into the broth. Do take the time to cook it down because you will have a rich sauce if you do. I did thicken the sauce just a little with a cornstarch slurry. Thoroughly enjoyed this, and it was a nice side dish to an Asian-themed dinner today.
I didn't have bay leaf and it still tasted great.
Didn't have time to reduce broth but was still delicious. Drizzled Hoisin Sauce overtop before serving. Will definitely make it again!
Sauce took way longer than 15 minutes to reduce and bokchoy took more than 10 minutes to get tender. I think total time was double than written. However, I think my baby bokchoy were larger than the average bear. Still a nice recipe and we enjoyed it. Thx Valereee
This was awesome! Hubby and I absolutely loved it! I did cook the sauce down (it took a bit longer than 15 minutes, and used two garlic cloves. The flavor was excellent! I will reduce the butter next time to two tablespoons and I'm sure it won't compromise the richness of the dish, but will save a few extra calories. I also used Herb Ox sodium free bouillon packets, so mine didn't have the sodium count listed below. The flavor wasn't lacking at all however. This will definitely be made again and again. Thanks for posting valereee!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Savory Baby Bok Choy
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 83
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