Enjoy this Chinese cabbage in stir-fries, curries and more with our tasty pak choi recipes.
Frozen hake fillets pair well with fresh pak choi and an edamame and vegetable stir fry mix under a fiery soy, chilli and ginger dressing in this simple recipe
For a fast and healthy midweek dinner, try this speedy Asian-inspired salmon recipe. Sticky soy, ginger and chilli-marinated salmon is served with a crisp and colourful veggie slaw and tender pak choi for a flavour-packed meal ready in just 30 minutes.
With crisp, cabbage-like leaves, pak choi is ideal for cooking simply and pairing with punchy Chinese flavours
An excellent steak is only ever as good as its sides. Thankfully, this recipe for steak with miso-roasted pak choi delivers the perfect umami-laden counterpart for a bit of medium-rare beef; caramelised quarters of pak choi being just as savoury as the meat itself.
Try our vegetarian version of this classic Japanese dish with our easy mushroom ramen recipe that's ready in just 30 minutes.
Let this colourful, fragrant tom yum soup recipe transport you to Thailand
Try this spicy pork traybake for a stress-free family meal – put everything in one large roasting tin and let the oven do the work. Fluffy lemongrass rice with leeks and pak choi is topped with juicy pork chops marinated in chilli, lime and ginger.
Give salmon a special twist with this sticky-sweet rum glaze. Perfect for a summer lunch, the pan-fried salmon turns charred and caramelised in its rum, ginger and maple syrup marinade, before being served with sweet potato wedges and some spicy stir-fried
This street food favourite from Korea is an exciting bowl full of flavour. Rice, spiced mince and fresh veg are topped with a crispy fried egg and drizzle of spicy dressing before being all stirred together when eating
Kids will love to help make these giant meatballs, perfect for a Chinese New Year feast. The meatballs are flavoured with fresh ginger and spring onions before being baked with a sticky plum glaze.
Proving that passion fruit is not just for sweet dishes, these pork skewers are coated in a sweet sticky glaze using fresh passion fruit, soy and a touch of chilli for delectable results.
This delicious vegetarian noodle pot recipe is the perfect mug meal for one, you don't even need a microwave
Try this fragrant coconut-braised pak choi for a colourful side to simple chicken or grilled fish dishes. Pak choi and sweetcorn are cooked in a spiced coconut broth and topped with fresh herbs and a squeeze of lime for a fresh way to get your veg.
Try something adventurous this weekend with your Sunday roast. This succulent pork belly, scored and rubbed with rich spices for a glorious crispy skin, tastes even more heavenly served with a sticky-sweet plum sauce
This classic Chinese recipe is super speedy and simply involves stir-frying chicken, shiitake mushrooms, pak choi and satisfyingly thick, stodgy udon noodles. Cooking in a wok on a high heat gets tender, soy-glazed ingredients singing with flavour
Bring a taste of early summer into the kitchen with this easy midweek meal. A miso, agave nectar and mirin marinade lends fresh cod amazing umami flavour that's complemented perfectly by crisp stir-fried greens
A stir-fry supper packed with flavour but made with just six ingredients. Prawns, pak choy and straight-to-wok noodles are cooked in olive oil then lifted with soy sauce and wonderfully spicy and garlicky sriracha chilli sauce. Easy and fuss-free.
This flavour-packed Thai curry has everything you need for a cosy night in. Ready in no time, tender chicken meets creamy coconut, aromatic soy and fresh pak choi in this authentic fakeaway. Serve with lime wedges to lend the dish a vibrant acidity.
Packed with nutritious, leafy greens, this flavour-rich side is ready in minutes and best served warm with a little light soy
Baking en papillote (steaming in paper) is super speedy and locks in flavour and moisture. This tender, succulent pork absorbs the delicious flavours of sweet plum, star anise and ginger, and is perfect served alongside fresh, crisp pak choi
Nasi goreng is an Indonesian fried rice and is packed with tonnes of fragrant, spicy and zesty Asian flavours with chunks of chilli giving you a fiery winning dish
Enjoy the taste of Thailand with this tasty homemade gluten-free Pad Thai
A simple and healthy noodle stir fry packed with flavour that's the ideal quick filling meal
The perfect mix of comforting, light and wholesome, this tasty ramen uses tofu marinated in the zesty, sweet and umami flavours of soy sauce, honey and orange juice and is packed full of veg and strong flavours.
Shaun Rankin’s exotic dish will be a real winner with kids and adults alike.
These star fishcakes are a wonderfully creative way to use up leftover mash and salmon.
Fragrant sweet chilli scallops are packed with protein and served with tenderstem broccoli and pak choi it makes for a quick but impressive stir fry dish. This works as a starter on its own or as a speedy midweek meal when served with steamed rice.
For this delicious Thai-inspired dish, ready in under half an hour, sesame, chilli and ginger-rubbed salmon is baked until just-cooked. However the real star of the show is the Jasmine rice with mint and basil: it's cooked in coconut milk, rendering it beautifully fragrant.
A Japanese inspired supper with individual parcels of noodles, leek and pak choy, and oven-baked Teriyaki salmon. The fish is marinated in delicious honey, garlic, ginger and Teriyake sauce, while fresh lime adds a zesty zing to the noodles.
It's always handy to have a new stir-fry dish to add to your repertoire and this simple, quick pork one is a definite hit. Rice wine (or brandy), soy sauce and sesame oil make a fantastic marinade. Broccoli, sugar snap peas and pak choi add texture and crunch.
Sweet, succulent prawns are brought to life with fresh lime, coriander and mango in this light and exotic salad. Crispy pak choi and sugarsnap peas paired with chilli, lime and spring onions and mango make this Thai-inspired dish full of flavour and super healthy too.
Give your salmon fishcakes a Thai-twist by combining with aromatic fish sauce, fiery curry paste, zesty lime and fragrant coriander
A delicious side dish to have with homemade Thai dinners – or other Asian-influenced meals. Full of heat and flavour, it only takes ten minutes to make and is healthy, too. If you like it hot, add slightly more chilli.