Gai Lan


Only 2 left!

The sun is shining, the air is filled with the perfume of blooming flowers and one of our all-time favorite spring greens is ready to harvest.

Gai lan, which is a close cousin to broccoli, has soft meaty leaves and tender and juicy stems. With a flavour that's somewhere between asparagus and broccoli with the occasional spicy bite similar to a mustard green, this elegant Asian green will have your friends and family asking, "this is amazing, what is it!?"
Each 1/2 LB portion is enough for 2 serving.

How To Cook
Gai lan is so tender that it only needs a gentle saute in oil on medium heat for about a minute or two. Then add salt and garlic with a sprinkle of sesame seeds for an added garnish. It is also amazing on the grill!