Tatsoi

Tatsoi is a leafy green that looks like a cross between bok choy and spinach. It has a mild mustard-y flavor that makes it great for salads and stir-fries. Tatsoi is one of those brassica greens that is cold

hardy and can be harvested throughout the winter. Becuase of this hardiness, it's not a great summer crop. Tatsoi will vary from pale to dark green. Avoid leaves that are wilted, bruised, or discolored.

Storage: Store in a plastic bag in the crisper drawer of the fridge for up to 5 days. Wait to wash tatsoi until you are ready to eat it.

Preparation: Rinse leaves in water and remove tough end of stem. Use tatsoi as you would spinach or bok choy - raw, steamed, sauteed, braised, or stir-fried.

Pasta with Wilted Tatsoi in Parmesan-Butter Heaven

Sweet Potato and Tatsoi Soup

Grilled Halibut With Tatsoi and Spicy Thai Chilis

Spring Stir-Fry with Radishes and Tatsoi

Chilled wilted Tatsoi Salad with Sesame-Ginger Dressing

Chickpea & Tatsoi Coconut Curry








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