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The Instacart guide to choy sum products
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FAQs about choy sum
After harvesting, the vegetable's aroma and texture will start to change. Eating it fresh is always the best option. Once you have choy sum in your home, store them loosely in a bag in your refrigerator's crisper drawer. They will keep for three to seven days this way. Avoid washing the choy sum until you're ready to use it.
Yes, you can freeze this vegetable. Simply blanch the choy sum in boiling water for two minutes, drain, and rinse it with cold water. You can store it in the freezer for between eight months to one year. Once thawed, the vegetable's leaves and stems will become softer, but you can use them in soups and stews.
Choy sum is a vegetable that you can eat either raw or cooked. When eaten raw, you can slice and add the leaves and stems to salads or lightly toss them in dressing for a delicious side dish. Simply wash the greens as well as remove any damaged pieces and drier parts of the stalks.
If you're looking to cook the choy sum, you can blanch, boil, or stir-fry it. It's a popular choice in Asian cuisine, as it's often lightly stir-fried with garlic, meat, and other vegetables. You can also add the greens to soups and stews as well as combine use them on top of pizza or in casseroles. In Cantonese cooking, the vegetable is lightly blanched and topped with a type of sauce, including soy sauce, sesame oil, rice wine, or oyster sauce. You can also use the leftover blanched water to make soup stock.