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Move over boring salads, this beauty is packed with colors, flavors and nutrition!
Disclaimer: I was compensated by Jade Asian Greens to create this recipe. However, like always, the opinions are entirely my own. I promise!
It’s that time of year to start grilling! Anyone else excited?
Full disclosure, I don’t even know how to turn the grill on. It’s the only form of cooking that my husband will do (and really enjoys it) so I take full advantage of it. And doesn’t everything taste better grilled?
I was so excited to receive a shipment of Jade Asian Greens Baby Bok Choy. The possibilities are endless (and go way beyond stir fry) but I knew now that the weather was getting warmer, I need to grill these bad boys! ( I mean, my husband would grill them, but you get the idea!)
Bok Choy is super nutritious. It’s filled with Vitamins A, E, C and K which helps to support a healthy immune system as well as fighting those dreaded free radicals. I usually stir fry my bok choy but this time I decided to mix it up a bit. I wanted to make something that’s easy to make and that I can make all summer long. Because that’s exactly what I plan on doing.
I grilled these babies just for a few minutes over medium-high heat so they were still tender and slightly crunchy.
I like them slightly charred on each side which gives a wonderful smoky taste. Chop them up and they are a perfect addition to any salad.
The best part? That it takes minutes to grill the Baby Bok Choy and that’s pretty much it. Whip up the delicious Honey Miso Dressing (to die for!), mix the other ingredients, and BAM! This gorgeous salad has arrived…
I used blood oranges and tricolor shredded carrots to add color (and nutrients) and let’s be honest, doesn’t it just make the most beautiful presentation?
Please go over to Jade Asian Greens to get the recipe. It’s worth it, and be sure to pin this for later! You will want to make this all summer!