Bimi® has a sweet, mild flavour that’s sometimes described as nutty.
Bimi® is a delicate green vegetable that’s perfect enjoyed on its own, dressed simply with a little oil or butter or paired with many exciting flavours from garlic and chilli to lemon or cheese.
ITS STEM IS LONG and TENDER AND ITS FLORET LOOKS LIKE BROCCOLI
“A perfect fusion of Chinese kale and broccoli”
Bimi® is the perfect fusion of Chinese kale and broccoli. This unique vegetable was created in Japan using traditional plant breeding techniques to make a sweet and tender stem brassica with good texture.
Bimi® is so versatile. It can be cooked in lots of ways grilled, stir fried, steamed, baked, mashed ... as you wish!
Raw: Have it raw with favourite dip or just on its own.
Boiled: Lightly boiled for 4 minutes and you will enjoy all its tenderness and delicate flavour
Steam: Crisp and intense with a delicious taste in just 4 minutes
Griddle: Get the pan nice and hot and in just a few minutes you get a great chargrilled flavour. 5 minutes.
BBQ: A super-tasty and healthy snack to enjoy while you’re waiting for the steak, only 6 minutes
Roast: Bimi® loves to be baked in a hot oven – drizzle with oil or add to a tray-bake, it only needs 12 minutes
Bimi® can be prepared in so many different ways. Why not try some of our quick and easy recipes? Or bring out the chef in you and create your own Bimi® dish.
With Bimi® healthy eating is easy. Its versatility makes it perfect for cuisines from around the world.
This is a super easy dish created by Ellen Manning of Eat with Ellen, it makes the perfect summer snack or a great starter for dinner with friends. Think asparagus and poached eggs - but bigger and better! Plus, you get to play a bit of a game of jenga with the stems as you try to remove them to dip in the eggs.
Start your day with a fiesta of flavour and give your morning a Mexican twist with these Tenderstem® breakfast burritos.
This vegetarian recipe is perfect as a crowd-pleasing brunch for friends, lay out all the ingredients and let everyone build their own!
A brilliant, fresh and fiery salad. If you’re afraid of heat, stay away. Or use less chilli. That would also work.