AFF Korea – Banchan (Korean Side Dish), Seasoned Spinach

seasoned spinach

Here’s a simple, almost no fuss recipe for a banchan dish. While this is called ‘sesoned spinach’, I have found that you cant exactly use any sort of spinach especially since a lot of Asian vege are just labelled ‘spinach’ in English. To get as close to the original look of the dish, I think this ‘spinach’ is the best. It’s called ‘poh choy’ to some and while it does look like those Western spinach in terms of the leaves, the stalks are actually hollow.

spinach-500x500 Source; here

I feel this vege is best to recreate the side dish because of the long stalks that holds it’s texture after blanching, but I’m sure if you use normal spinach is fine.


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2 Responses to “AFF Korea – Banchan (Korean Side Dish), Seasoned Spinach”

  1. What a delicious way to cook spinach! I am always on the lookout for new ways to cook greens so you can definitely consider I will be recreating this korean spinach! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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