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An Asian salad green that is most often eaten raw but is also combined with other greens and prepared in cooked foods. Tat soi has a dark green, spoon-shaped leaf with a light green to white stalk that form into shiny rosette-like shapes as it grows close to the ground. Providing a mild mustard or cabbage flavor similar to bok choy, tat soi can be served as a complement to salads, chicken, or fish. Place it whole under foods grilled or baked foods or combine it with other greens to enhance the flavors. It can also be chopped into small pieces and served in oils that are to be used for dipping or for complementing sauces. Tat soi, which may also be spelled tatsoi, is referred as flat cabbage, tai go choi, rosette pak choy, rosette bok choy, Chinese cabbage, and spoon cabbage.
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