Chinese Broccoli In
I Heart Umami
Chinese broccoli is rich in nutrients and good source of Vitamins C, K and A. It also provides folic acid and high dietary fiber.
Cut off the bottom stems (about 1-inch) away and discard. Separate stems from leafy parts.
Finely mince the garlic
Saute the broccoli stems with avocado oil and pinch of coarse sea salt.
Add the leafy parts and season with another pinch of salt.
Off heat. Season with toasted sesame oil and coconut aminos.
Taste and adjust seasonings. Serve hot, at room temperature, or slightly chilled.
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ChihYu Smith is the creator of I Heart Umami & founder of Easy Homemade.