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Vegan, gluten-free chocolate gooey bliss. You're welcome.View the Recipe
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Allow us to lay a little praise on bok choy, just for a second. It’s an extremely underrated cruciferous vegetable you should really get to know ASAP.
Bok choy is technically a type of cabbage and is a star ingredient in Chinese, Korean, and Japanese cuisine. And it’s a nutrient powerhouse, filled with vitamins K, C, and A and lots of important minerals, plus phytonutrients like glucosilonates, which are linked to cancer prevention.
Its flavor is just strong enough to hold up to the strong profile of ingredients like soy sauce and chili paste and just mild enough to blend well with, say, peanut butter, scallions, red pepper, garlic…Is your mouth watering yet? Get cooking.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
In this dish, bok choy is combined with a ton of other nutrient-dense veggies—like peppers, scallions, spinach, and garlic—plus chicken for protein. Not to mention how the sweetness of peanut butter complements salty tamari. Bonus: it’s gluten-free.
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