You’ve probably used bok choy is a few dishes from stir fries to salads to braises and can appreciate it’s slightly bitter flavor. Coming in a variety of sizes it’s an easily recognizable vegetable that was once considered exotic but can now be found in any grocery. Yet recently bok choy blossoms could be found at the Galleria Farmers Market in San Francisco which many people may not be familiar with. With stems and leaves that resemble broccoli rabe, the blossoms are frequently used in salads but this recipe treats them like their broccoli cousins. Adding tempeh rounds things out for a healthy vegan main course dish that is low in fat and a great source of vitamins but also has some crispiness. . Serve with rice or noodles for a whole satisfying meal.
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