Bok Choy Recipes Air Fryer

Bok choy recipes air fryer is a delicious side dish to provide with supper. Bok choy has a moderate flavor and a crisp texture, making it ideal for combining with your favorite meals. This dish just takes 10 minutes to cook in an air fryer, making it ideal for a quick weeknight supper or a tasty snack on the move!

If you want a quick and easy side dish, this is one of the greatest. With only a few ingredients, you can have it as a nutritious side dish or combine it with some noodles for a healthy dinner!


  • 3-4 bok choy baby
  • 1 tbsp. sesame seeds
  • ½ tsp sesame oil
  • ½tsp garlic powder
  • Season with salt and pepper to taste.

How to make bok choy recipes air fryer

  • Preheat your air fryer to 370°F.
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  • Bok choy should be washed and cut in half.
  • In a medium-sized glass bowl, combine the bok choy, sesame seed, sesame oil, and garlic powder. Toss the bok choy in the dressing to coat.
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  • Place the bok choy in the air fryer basket. Cook for 6 minutes at 370°F, stirring or turning halfway through.
  • Take the bok choy out of the air fryer and serve!

Time & Servings

  • Total Time: 10 min
  • Servings: 4-5

Nutrition Information

  • CALORIES: 78
  • TOTAL FAT: 7g
  • SODIUM: 736mg
  • FIBER: 1g
  • SUGAR: 1g
  • PROTEIN: 2g

Questions and Answers about Air Fryer Bok Choy Recipes

Is bok choy good in air fryer?

The leaves of baby bok choy get crispy in the air fryer, while the stems become wonderfully sweet and delicate. All you need is a little spray oil, a sprinkling of garlic powder, and about nine minutes of your time.

How do you know when bok choy is cooked?

Add the greens and a splash of soy sauce or water to taste. Cook for 2 minutes more, covered until the greens are wilted. If using baby bok choy, the dish is done when the stems are soft when probed with a fork.

What part of bok choy do you eat?

Shanghai bok choy has spoon-shaped leaves and jade green stems, whereas traditional bok choy has dark, crinkly leaves and crisp, white stalks. The good news is that both the leaves and the stalks may be eaten, and this delightful little plant is high in fiber, beta-carotene, and vitamins C, K, and A.

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I am Chef Harunur Rashid Azim. I inherited my family's love of cooking at a young age. I graduated from the Institute of Culinary Education in London, UK, with determination and passion to become a chef. Follow me on Twitter: @RashidIsChef, FB: Azim

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