Mizuna is a type of Japanese mustard green, but unlike other mustard greens it's much more mild. Mizuna (水菜) means 'water green' in Japanese, and when you eat it, you can see why! Its crunchy and mild; a bit reminiscent of ice berg lettuce. It's also very versatile. You can eat it as a salad, pan fry it with vegetables, or add it to hot pot.
Great recipe as a snack or as a side dish.
1 bunch Mizuna
2 tbl Soy Sause
1 tbl Sesame Oil
1 tbl Toasted Sesame
1 tsp Sugar
2 tsp Ginger
1. Chop mizuna into 5 cm long lengths and blanch in hot water (1 minute).
2. In a bowl, add all the ingredients (except mizuna).
3. Drain and squeeze excess water out of mizuna and add to bowl. Mix the mizuna and seasoning.
4. Serve and enjoy!