Vegan MoFo: "B" ist für Baby Bok Choy-und Pilz-Fried Rice

For this month of VeganMoFo, Die “V” Word is celebrating the delicious world of Vegan food with the other 25 Buchstaben des Alphabets.

Heute ist der Buchstabe “B” which stands for Baby Bok Choy and Mushroom Fried Rice, a healthy and hearty favorite amped up with two of my favorite vegetables.

Wenn Sie denken, der chinesischen Küche, what dish could be more classic than fried rice? But if you get it at a Chinese restaurant, you have to make sure there are no eggs in it. Then you have to wonder about sodium, MSG, sugar and of course, you aren’t going to get it gluten-free at a restaurant. That’s why it’s better to make it yourself; then you know exactly what you’re eating.

Baby bok choy is one of my very favorite vegetables. The first time I ever saw them, I thought they were the cutest little things ever. I don’t even want regular bok choy, not if I can get the baby ones. With the baby bok choy, you get a better stem to leaf ratio which is great because both parts are delicious – crunchy stems and wilted leaves – it’s like two veggies in one.

You can use whichever kind of mushrooms you have on hand or that you like best – weiß, cremini, Portobello, oyster, shitake or a combo. Tatsächlich, use whichever veggies float your boat. This is totally a make-it-your-own kind of recipe. I chose to keep this simple with just the two vegetables plus some scallions. Gluten-free tamari makes this ideal for those avoiding gluten but if that’s not you, use whatever soy sauce or tamari you like.

Crispy fried rice, crunchy bok choy and creamy mushrooms come together with fragrant and flavorful garlic, ginger and chile pepper to make an easy, comforting meal that is ready to eat long before the take-out would be delivered. For extra fun, serve it in take-out containers with chop sticks and maybe, fortune cookies that say “Go Vegan”…in bed 🙂

Baby-Chinesischer Senfkohl und Pilz-gebratener Reis

Zutaten

1 Tbs. Erdnussöl
2 Knoblauchzehen, Hackfleisch
1 Tbs. frischem Ingwer, geriebener
A pinch of red pepper flakes or 1 fresh red chile, Hackfleisch
3 Schalotten, gehackt
8 oz. Pilze, sliced or chopped
4 baby bok choy, stems chopped, Laub, chopped and reserved
2 Tbs. glutenfreie tamari
2 cups cooked brown rice
Toasted sesame oil, for garnish
Schalotte Greens, gehackt, for garnish (wahlfrei)

Anfahrt

In einer Pfanne, heat the peanut oil over medium-high heat. Fügen Sie den Knoblauch, ginger and red pepper flakes or chile pepper and sauté until fragrant, über 2 Minuten. Add in the scallions and stir.

Die Champignons und kochen, bis es braun, über 4 Minuten. Add the bok choy stems and cook for 2 Minuten. Stir in the tamari to coat the vegetables. Add the rice to the skillet, mix it into the vegetables and pat it down with a spatula. Let cook until the rice gets a bit crispy, über 4-5 Minuten.

When the rice is to your liking, mix in the boy choy leaves. Von der Hitze entfernen. Garnish with a drizzle of toasted sesame oil and scallion greens. Servieren Sie heiß.

“B” ist für Baby Bok Choy-und Pilz-Fried Rice. Zum anderen “B” Wort, check out my Banana Beignets.

Die “V” Wort: Sagen Sie es. Eat it. Live it.

Genießen!

(Besucht 2,335 mal, 1 Besucher heute)

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9 Responses to Vegan MoFo: "B" ist für Baby Bok Choy-und Pilz-Fried Rice

  1. Rhea Parsons November 10, 2011 bei 3:49 am #

    Ich bin so froh. Thank you for commenting!

  2. Anonym November 9, 2011 bei 11:54 am #

    Yum! I made dinner tonight for my lovie (wife of many years) and after surveying what was in the fridge and heading to Google found this recipe. Perfect fit for her tastes (and mine). Dank!

  3. Rhea Parsons Oktober 5, 2011 bei 2:48 am #

    Apueschel, danke. Hoffe es gefällt.

  4. Apueschel Oktober 4, 2011 bei 10:00 pm #

    I love baby bok choy! Nun, fried rice and mushrooms are quite tasty too. I have to give this one a try!

  5. Rhea Parsons Oktober 4, 2011 bei 5:03 am #

    Thanks Joyful girl 🙂

  6. Joyfulgirl415 Oktober 4, 2011 bei 12:06 am #

    Holy Woah. That looks soooo good.

  7. Rhea Parsons Oktober 3, 2011 bei 10:25 am #

    Sarah,
    Lucky score for you. Leeks can be so expensive, Recht? Glad the cashier was excited. Usually I end up giving the cashier a lesson in veggies 🙂

    vegan in brighton – hope you like the recipe. Thanks 🙂

  8. vegan.in.brighton Oktober 3, 2011 bei 8:02 am #

    I really love bok choy & I really really love mushrooms so this sounds great.

  9. Sarah Oktober 3, 2011 bei 7:45 am #

    Looks delightful! I love bok choy, though I must confess, once when I purchased leeks at the store, the cashier got all excited because I was buying the bok choy, I didn’t say anything because the bok choy was on sale…naughty:) auch noch, I liked his enthusiasm

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