Chinese cabbage

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Synonyms for Chinese cabbage

plant with an elongated head of broad stalked leaves resembling celery

elongated head of crisp celery-like stalks and light green leaves

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Slender stems with 'Choy Sum' (50 days) rapa) delicate flowers 'Hon Tsai Tai' (37 Also called choy sum taste best if they days) and choi sum.
Popular items in the segment are Chinese, Japanese and Thai eggplant; greens such as gai lan, gai choy, choy sum, nira and Chinese celery; and items like pul qua, mo qua, bitter melon and taro root, says Schueller.
Substitute Tabasco sauce for chile sauce or spinach or kale for choy sum, a Chinese cabbage.
There are four other common Asian brassicas you may wish to try: choy sum, a loose-leaf cabbage that is harvested as it begins to flower; dai gai choy, a mustard-cabbage that has large tender leaves which are borne on thick, fleshy stems; gai choy, a milder mustard-cabbage; and gai lohn, a broccoli plant that is sometimes called Chinese kale.
Sample items from the menu include Sashimi of Big Island Moi with Yuzu Ponzu, Wasabi and Daikon Salad, Hong Kong Style Steamed Hawaiian Lehi with Chili Ginger and Choy Sum, Pan-Roasted Organic Huli Huli Chicken with Blanched Garlic and Confit Lemon and Crispy Fried Quail with White Maui Pineapple Glaze and Basil Leaves.
Remove and discard yellow, damaged, or tough leaves from 1 pound Asian greens 4 to 8 inches long, such as baby bok choy, choy sum, yao choy, or small Chinese mustard greens.
The choy sum (spinach) and boiled rice were above average.
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