This is my go-to for any greens that show up in the box. Delicious with kale but amazing with cabbage. (If that bok choy from last week is still in the refrigerator, try it in this recipe.) Takes no longer to make than it takes to cook the pasta. No idea where I got this idea originally.
The New York Times offers this simple stir fry recipe. Perfect with that big head of boy choy. It’s a nice stir fry sauce you’ll want to use on other things this year. It would be great with the kale, the turnips or the radishes this week. And yes, you can stir fry lettuce!
This yummy recipe is from Martha Rose Shulman of the New York Times. While you’re at it, add in your bok choy, cut into bite size pieces.
This recipe comes from Bill Schroeder of the Buford Highway Farmers Market. He uses stir-fry sauce for convenience sake. You can find it at most grocery stores these days, but you can also just add a little soy sauce and sugar in its place. To make a more exact replica, you’d stir a little cornstarch into water and add that at the last minute to thicken up the sauce.
This recipe from a chef demo at the Sunday morning Clarkston Farmers Market is a great way to use up any number of greens. You could make this with your kale, chard, daikon radish greens …. even the bok choy or napa cabbage.
Yay! The first of the garlic. A recipe from seriouseats.com.
I’ll be making this recipe adapted from one on seriouseats.com because I have some red curry paste leftover from testing recipes and am delighted to have yet another use for it. Not to mention, what’s not to love about a slow cooker recipe? Easy, and dinner is done while you’re off doing other things. You could use the Swiss chard or the bok choy if you have another plan for your kale, and vary the other vegetables by what you have on hand.
This recipe came from Sunset magazine.
This recipe from New York Times food writer Melissa Clark was published in Bon Appetit in 2011. Her recipe used mizuna, and I’m substituting arugula in mine.