This Asian green is great for salads, soups, and stir-fries.
- Fast growing
- Mild flavor
- Spoon-shaped leaves
This variety will grow well in most regions of the United States.
The Story of Tatsoi
Tatsoi is native to China and has been grown in Japan for centuries. It is also known as spoon mustard.
As this vegetable grows well in cool conditions, gardeners in Northern Europe and the United States have added them to their gardens over the last few decades.
Put it on the Dinner Table
This variety works for
- Fresh eating
You can use Tatsoi like ay other green you grow for salads. When fresh the leaves pair well with mint and fennel. If you choose to stir-fry or steam your crop, pair it with garlic, chilies, mushrooms, and fish sauce.
Try replacing spinach with Tatsoi in your favorite recipe!