What is Amchoi?

This vegetable is also called Surinam endive, haruna or amsoi. It is a kind of cabbage and related to the mustardplant! The taste is slightly bitter and spicy.

Cooking with amchoi:

Cut the leaves from the stem, whash them,  let them dry and chop as desired. This vegetable is very versatile, you can use it for stir-frying , blanching or eat it raw, in a salad. It combines very well with meat and fish.

Is it healthy?

Amchoi is rich in iron, vitamin A , B and C.

Storage:

In the fridge you can store it easily for three to four days.

In The Netherlands you can buy amchoi at supermarkets and exotic groceries.

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Belicious Amsoi Smoothie Healthy Cooking Haruna Lettuce
Per 100 grams
Calories

28

Fats

0g

Carbohydrates

6g

Protein

2g