Tatsoi is a close relative of Pak Choi, Chinese cabbage as well as the turnip. Because of the rosette-like arrangement of the leaves, it was also called Rosetten-Pak-Choi or Rosetten-Bok-Choi. In German it is also called leaf mustard because of its fine mustard note. I added to my
Pancit Canton with snow peas, carrot and tofu, was a sort of experiment which turned out good. No meat at all seasoned with oyster and soy sauce. Thanks for dropping by and please subscribe to my YouTube channel.

Tatsoi and Pancit Canton


227g Pancit Canton

3pcs Carrot

a bunch of Tatsoi

150g Snow Peas

1pc Onion

4 cloves Garlic

2tbsp Linseed oil

Topped with Sesame seeds


3tbsps Oyster Sauce

2tbsp Soy Sauce

300ml hot Water

10g Sesame seeds



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