Choi Sum is a green leafy vegetable and a member of the mustard and cabbage family. It is usually cooked but whole leaves can also be used raw in salads.
Usually used in Chinese cuisine, its bright green leaves ensure that is makes any dish more vibrant, tasty and enticing.
The taste of choi sum is mild yet refreshing, with a flavour profile mid-way between cabbage and spinach.
An 80 serving counts as 1 portion of your 5 a day fruit and vegetables. Aim to eat at least 5 portions of different fruit and vegetables each day. Remember that fresh, frozen, dried, canned and juice all count!
Suitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for 3 days excluding delivery day, with an average of 6.5 days.
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Customer reviews (5)
not choi sum
This isn't choi sum but a related vegetable known in English as Chinese Broccoli. Lovely nonetheless.
Juicy, nutty, flavoursome
Please cook these as soon as you receive them for their best flavour. Break the leaves and stalk with your hands, throw in at the end of stir frying meat with heat off as overcooking them makes them flat. For the vegetarians just stir fry for half a minute in roasted sesame oil with some mushroom soy or light soy and finish off with some roasted sesame seeds and serve on some plain or veg noodles for a lovely meal.
easy to cook, perfect with soy sauce and oyster sauce, I am not sure if they are Choi Sum but they are still nice
very nice flavour
great taste and not so watery like pak choi
Sorry, not as good as pac choi & this one is rather bitter