The Beef & Prawn Chiu Chow was another masterpiece with sweet bean, black vinegar and sesame and then came a duo of dumpling delights, the Alaskan King Crab Crystal Chive, mine and Martin's favourite with Szechuan Chili Sauce and marvellous Chinese Mustard
and a spicy Szechuan Chili Lamb featuring Szechuan Pepper, black vinegar and crispy shallots which had the wives playing fair and cutting the fifth dumpling in half to share.
Bok choy has various aliases--pak choi, Chinese chard, Chinese mustard
and spoon cabbage--and is also available as baby bok choy, a younger, smaller and sweeter version with a more delicate texture, which is sometimes preferred.
We have a Chinese mustard
sauce that combines the hot mustard with the sweetness of duck sauce.
Also on display are Green Drill, Broccoli leaves, Kangkon leaves, Long Chilli Orange, Small Bush Egg Plant, Small Egg Plant white, Sponge Gourd, Bitter Lemon, Neem Tip, Small Egg Plant blue, Chinese Mustard
However, showing their closer affinity Bangladesh and Chinese mustard
lines (AC# 2186 and Chn.
also known as mustard greens, Indian mustard, Chinese mustard
, and leaf mustard belongs to the family Cruciferae and is widely cultivated in Bangladesh for its edible green leaves and for its seeds from which an oil is extracted and used for cooking purposes.
Savoury options include the likes of asparagus and ginger salad with Chinese mustard
and cabbage, roast butternut squash and peanut curry and seared chilli rubbed beef with Thai basil dipping sauce.
broccoli rabe, Chinese mustard
greens (gai choy),* or regular mustard greens.
Oriental leaves including pak choi, mizuma and Chinese mustard
greens are also easy to grow and not very time-consuming.
Oriental leaves, including pak choi, mizuma and Chinese mustard
greens, are also easy to grow and not very timeconsuming.
Some, like mizuna, are eaten young and tender in salads while others like Chinese mustard
cabbage, are suitable for the sauerkraut treatment of being pickled in lactic acid.
The Brassica rapa species has also been divided and includes the Chinensis group, pak-choi, Chinese mustard
and Chinese white cabbage; the Pekinensis group, pe-tsai and celery cabbage and the Rapifera group, the turnips and rapini.