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February 6, 2024

3 Best Dishes From The Asian Vegetables Cookbook — From Choy Sum To Miso Eggplant

Looking for new Asian vegetable recipes to add to your menu rotation? Explore a world beyond broccoli and asparagus in the new cookbook Asian Vegetables by The Wang Sisters. Quebec-based sisters Caroline, Stéphanie and Patricia have made it their mission to teach cooks and gardeners about Asian vegetables. Choy sum, a flowering cabbage that’s similar to bok choy but sweeter, is used in recipes like Cantonese Fried Rice while Asian eggplant, a softer and milder alternative to aubergine, adds silky texture to Arctic Char, Miso Eggplant and Saké Kasu. Organized by vegetable, this cookbook offers practical advice for growing and cooking, and has beautiful imagery.

Scroll to down for three great recipes from the Asian Vegetables cookbook!

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Author: Alexandra Whyte

Recipes excerpted from Asian Vegetables by Stéphanie Wang, Caroline Wang, and Patricia Ho-Yi Wang. Translated by J.C. Sutcliffe. ©2023 Stéphanie Wang, Caroline Wang, and Patricia Ho-Yi Wang. Published by House of Anansi Press