Friday, 17 April 2009


A simple dish to accompany curries or stir fry. Your choice of ingredients is endless.


1 bunch PAK CHOY (see my GLOSSARY post on PAK CHOY) – cut into bite size
¼ WOMBOK (see my GLOSSARY post on WOMBOK) – cut into bite size
2 to 3 cloves diced garlic
1 small red onion sliced
2 red chillies sliced
Soy sauce to taste (see my GLOSSARY post on SOY SAUCES)
½ tsp chicken stock mixed in ½ cup water
Salt to taste
Veg oil


Heat oil in a wok and sautee the garlic and onion. Add in the vegetables and chillies and mix well. Season with some soy sauce.

Pour in the stock and mix well. Cook until vegetables are done. Check seasoning and serve as an accompaniment to curries or stir fries such as COCONUT GINGER PRAWNS AND SQUID WITH LEMON GRASS CURRY.


Jun said...

Hi vin..only today i know dat this vege is called wombok? hehe....

hazila said...

Hai Vin, is wombok same as Napa cabbage or Chinese Cabbage?

Cas said...

my favourite vege....
so sweet and crunchy

VG said...

Jun, ya keh? Well there you go....

Hazila, it is called chinese cabbage in this part of the world (Australasia) but it is called Napa Cabbage in the Americas because most of it is grown in Napa Valley in the US.

Cas, I know it's your fav vege. It is mine too.