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Green Tatsoi: good to know!

The Green Tatsoi is a baby-leaf which originates from South-East of Asia, widely used in Northern American cooking, though it is grown all over the world.

It is rich in vitamin C, carotenoids, potassium, calcium, and folic acid.

It can be eaten both raw, for example in salads, and cooked, as an ingredient in roulades, omelettes, lasagna, first dishes or soups. Green Tatsoi has a delicate and distinctive flavour, and yet it has 33 calories per 150 grams: it’s perfect for keeping your figure!


An easy and last-minute recipient: Green Tatsoi omelette

Do you have absolutely no idea of what to cook for dinner with friends? The omelette is the perfect solution to your problem. Here is a revisited recipe with Green Tatsoi.



  • 100 grams of Green Tatsoi

  • 3 eggs

  • 15 grams of butter

  • 4 tablespoons of milk

  • 35 grams of Parmesan

  • Salt and pepper q.s.

  • 1 garlic

  • Evo oil q.s.


How to cook

Heat in a pan the garlic with some evo oil. When it becomes softer, remove it from the pan and add Green Tatsoi. In the meantime, pour the eggs into a bowl with the milk, season with salt, pepper, and Parmesan. Beat and mix well.

Add the mixture to the pan with Green Tatsoi and cook. Halfway through cooking time, turn the omelette over, helping yourself with the lid, being careful not to drop the parts of the eggs that are not yet cooked. Finish cooking and serve. Enjoy your meal!



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