Tat Soi


Tat Soi Recipe

Tat Soi's dark green leaves are high in beta-carotene and Vitamins A, C, and K; they also have good amounts of calcium, potassium, phosphorous and iron.

Tat Soi is an Asian salad green is most often eaten raw but is also combined with other greens and is prepared in cooked foods. It has a mild mustard or cabbage flavor similar to Bok Choy but much stronger -- many consider the flavor superior to Bok Choy. You can mix it with lettuces and other greens; drizzle with dressing or vinaigrette. Lightly sauté with fresh herbs and seasonings. Toss in soups for flavor and texture or use as a garnish. Tat soi makes an attractive bed for rice dishes. Make a delicious pesto with its tender leaves; serve with crackers or crusty bread squares. Tatsoi may be eaten raw or cooked.

Storage & Handling

Keep in the fridge in an open bagin the crisper drawer. Tatsoi is very perishable and has a short storage life.