Produce of Malaysia.
Suggested Cooking Method / Recipe :
Roasted Pak Choy with Miso Dressing
When you buy more than 1 unit, the packing measurement is by weight and not by number of bags. We will pack them together in a single bag to reduce plastic usage to be more environmentally friendly.
It is only natural for your vegetables to come with some soil. If the siew pak choy is relatively clean i.e. the roots contain minimal soil:
Take the unwashed vegetable and place it in a plastic zipper bag. Cut holes in the bag so there is air circulation, and the vegetable does not wilt easily. Place the bag in the drawer of the refrigerator. The vegetable will be able to last for about 3 to 4 days.
Do not wash the bok choy before storing it, because if you do, the moisture will encourage rotting.
If it comes with some soil:
Slice a layer of the base, and separate the stalks by gently pulling them off the base. Wash the dirt out. If the dirt is clogged in, use a soft vegetable brush to clean it out. Once the vegetable is cleaned, strain it using a colander, then gently dab it using a paper towel to remove any remaining moisture. The key is to make sure the siew pak choy is dry. Place the vegetable on fresh paper towels and roll them up. Place the rolled vegetable in a plastic zipper bag before placing them in the drawer of the refrigerator. The pak choy should be fresh for about five to six days.