Baby Bok Choy with Black Bean Sauce

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 A favorite quick meal.  Add in some wild rice and a few spring rolls and you’re set for dinner.

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This dish will cook up in less than 10 minutes.  That’s shorter time than it takes to decide what to order from the local carry-out.

 you can keep the tip for yourself…

Baby Bok Choy with Black Bean Sauce - from

Bok Choy with Black Bean Sauce
Recipe type: Veggies and Side Dishes
  • 1 head of fresh Baby Bok Choy - roughly chopped
  • ½ cup shredded carrots
  • 1 cup rough chopped celery
  • ½ cup red cabbage sliced
  • ¼ cup sesame seeds (optional)
  • 12 oz. of black bean sauce
  • ⅓ cup tamari soy sauce
  • big pinch of red pepper flakes
  • splash of rice wine vinegar
  • ½ tsp cane sugar
  • 3 Tbs. peanut oil or Vegan butter
  1. Blend the black bean sause, soy, vinegar, red pepper and sugar together until mixed. In a sauce pan, heat the oil and add in the veggies. Stir over medium heat until the Bok Choy is slightly wilted. Pour in the black bean mixture. Stir for another 1 minute until the veggies are coated and the sauce is warmed. Remove from heat and serve immediately.


Bok Choy with Black Bean Sauce - from

 one year ago I was devouring this:   Coconut Peppermint Whipped Cream

Baby Bok Choy with Black Bean Sauce - from


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5 thoughts on “Baby Bok Choy with Black Bean Sauce

  1. narf77

    Yummo Angela! I reckon this is going to make a show on our table as soon as the weather warms up a bit. It looks like winter has dropped by again for a bit of a visit. I don’t mind though as I am studying (still) and it makes it a bit easier to be cooped up indoors if the weather is foul outside. Next Thursday had better be gorgeous though as I will be all over red rover by then and whether the weather is inclement or not I am going to be out there jumping around with joy ( I might just have to be wearing gumboots and splashing in puddles is all 😉 )

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      I’m sure that those two canines are keeping you warm while your read eh?
      Can you get Black Bean Sauce there without dialing up a stranger to drive it out to you for a price? I know you’ve mentioned several Asian dishes so I hope you can try this one. Homemade black beans would be prime-o but then that would take away from the convenience of the meal.
      Stay warm, you 4!

      1. narf77

        I make my own black bean sauce out of Chinese fermented black beans, chilli and garlic and it lasts for ages but I can get it easily in the supermarkets. One thing we Aussies can get plenty of is Asian stuff as we are smack bang in the middle of Asia and we have a lot of Asian migrants living here. The food culture in Australia is pretty awesome but we are still lagging behind a bit in the vegan stakes

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