Pak Choi and Noodle Soup with Lemon Grass
Can you believe I have never attempted to cook anything with pak choi yet? This was my fist time and I really liked it’s delicate taste and smooth texture. The rest of the family enjoyed it as well, except for the little one who said it was a bit slimy. Pak choi also called (also called bok choy) is a type of Chinese cabbage, it can be eaten raw, steamed, cooked just like any other cabbage. It’s low in calories and packed with antioxidants and vitamin C among other good things. INGREDIENTS 3 l boiling water 2 vegetable cubes (10 g each) 2 lemon grass stalks (crushed or cut lengthwise) piece of galangal root or ginger if galangal is not available (grated or chopped finely) 4 – 5 garlic cloves (peeled and crushed with side of the knife) handful of shallots (peeled and halved) or onion (chopped) 250 g egg noodles 2 – 3 pak choi heads / about 200 g (leaves separated, washed, c...