What's the best way to cook Chinese spinach?
I find it to be super slimy, more like okra than regular spinach!
I think the key is to cook it really lightly, just until wilted.
If that leaves the stalks too hard or stringy, either chop them fine or cut them off.
I like it with plenty of garlic and a little soy sauce.
When I'm cooking Chinese Spinach I try to keep the Asian flavors in the cooking method and that involves cooking the vegetable by stir-frying the Spinach with ginger, garlic, chili pepper and other spices.I hope this helps.
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