Yu Choy is another variety of Chinese broccoli that has thinner stems than the typical Chinese broccoli. Yo Choy brings a strong flavor and bitterness to dishes.
Yu Choy also has small, bright yellow flowers that appear as green buds initially in loosely compacted clusters of 10-20 buds. The leaves, stems, and flowers of Yu choy are all edible and have a crunchy, tender consistency. Yu choy has a sweet, green taste similar to baby spinach, with subtle bitter and peppery notes.
Yu Choy Stir Fry
-6 stalks yu choy
-3 garlic cloves, minced
-2 stalks green onion
-2 Tbsp yellow onions
-2 Tbsp fried shallots
-1 tsp chicken bouillon
-2 Tbsp butter
-2 Tbsp water
1.Heat wok or skillet on high. Add 1 Tbsp butter to pan, and add garlic, onions, and green onions. Sauté for a minute until transparent and slightly golden on the edges.
2.Add vegetables and water, then stir fry for several minutes. Add garlic powder, black pepper, and fried shallots. Stir fry until vegetables are a bright green and slightly cooked through until crisp, but not overcooked. 3.Remove from heat, and set aside.
4.With the same pan, add 1 Tbsp butter and pour in scrambled eggs. Lightly move eggs around until cooked through, but not overcooked.
5.Assemble plate with vegetables and eggs, and enjoy!