Below is a selection of the vegetables that we sell. A description of the vegetable or friut is displayed at the side. Click on the thumbnails to get a larger picture.

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The products are colour coded:

GREEN these products are available throughout the year.

BLUE these products are available most of the time.

RED these products are only available and in stock at cetain times of the year, check the product description for further details.

Shanghai Bak Choy
Shanghai Bak Choy

Shanghai Bak Choy

Also known as green bak choy or baby bak choy.
Can be boiled, steamed or stir fried.


A variant of the white bak choy, this one has a softer texture when cooked.

Bak Choy
Bak Choy Bak Choy

Delicious in stir-fry, or boiled and served with soy sauce or oyster sauce.

The dried version of bak choy, Cole is used in soups and broths.
Choy Sum (from China)
Choy Sum Choy Sum (from China)

Soft leafed vegetable, delicate, the stem is crunchy. Similar to Spinach.

Boil, steam or stir-fry.
Choy Sum (from Spain)
Choy Sum

Choy Sum (from Spain)

Soft leafed vegetable, delicate, the stem is crunchy. Similar to Spinach.

Boil, steam or stir-fry.

Similar to the Choy Sum from China but these are longer and larger.

Gai Lan
Gai Lan Gai Lan

Also known as Chinese broccoli, when cooked the tender stems and leaves have a slight bitter-sweet taste.

Boil and serve with oyster suace or use in stir-fry. Gai Lan can be refrigerated for up to a week.

Chinese Leaves
Chinese Chinese Leaves

Also known as Napa cabbage and celery cabbage, can be used in the same way as regular cabbage but these are more tender.

Cut into small pieces, braise, steam or stir-fry, add to salad or soup.
Chinese Chives
Chinese Chives Chinese Chives

They have an onion-garlic flavour and aroma, cut into small pieces, use in stir-fry, noodle, beancurd dishes and dim sum dishes. Also delicious in omelette.

Corriander
Corriander

Corriander

Also known as Chinese parsley, use as a garnish and to flavour soups, salads, dim sum stuffings and steamed fish.

Long Beans
Long Beans Long Beans

These are pencil-thin beans with a smooth and somewhat bumpy surfaces. When cooked, they have a sweet flavour and a dry crunchy bite.

Trim both ends of the beans before cooking, cut into small lengths, blanch and use in stir-fries.
Lemon Grass
Lemon Grass Lemon Grass

Lemon grass looks like a very long thin, woody green onion that is pale yellow-green in colour.

Bruise and chop before using to release flavour. Use in soups, stews, curries and stir-fries.
 

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