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Gai Lan

A Chinese leafy green, also known as Chinese broccoli

From the mustard family, Gai Lan has smooth, thick green stems and small, white flowers. Gai Lan has a stronger flavor than its relative, choy sum. Gai Lan can be found in many Asian restaurants in stir-fries or simply boiled and served with oyster sauce.

Languages
  • English
    Chinese Broccoli, Chinese Kale
  • Chinese
    Kailan, kai-lan

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