Looking for a quick and easy vegetable dish? Try this Ginisang Pechay with Oyster Sauce! It’s nutritious, economical, and you can whip it up in no time at all. The perfect no-fuss weekday meal for the whole family!
Ginisang Pechay with oyster sauce and ground pork is a simple vegetable dish you’d want on your meal rotation. It’s ready in minutes with easy-to-find ingredients yet turns out full of flavor and good-for-you nutrients.
What is Pechay
Pechay is a type of Chinese cabbage belonging to the Cheninsis cultivar. It has dark green leaf blades and a lighter rounded bottom with a mildly bitter taste.
The leafy vegetable is a common ingredient in Southeast Asian cuisine and is widely used in the Philippines in soups, stews, and stir-fries.
How to prepare pechay
- Choose pechay with bright green leaves and firm stalks with no signs of wilting or bruising.
- Cut about half an inch of the stem and discard.
- Wash the leaves and stalks under cold running water or soak in a large bowl of cold water to rid of dirt and grime. Drain well.