Bayam Amaranth, also known as Chinese Spinach, boasts tender leaves and a mild flavor, a staple in Asian cuisine. Versatile in stir-fries and soups, its nutritional richness shines.
Soil & Fertiliser
12 - 16 moles/m²/day
20°C - 30°C
1.5 - 2.5 mS/cm
Regular, keep soil moist
Well-draining soil with compost
Bayam Amaranth, also known as Chinese Spinach, is revered for its tender leaves and mild, delightful flavor, a cherished ingredient in Asian culinary traditions. Its supple texture complements both stir-fries and soups, akin to the versatility found in nai bai and bok choy.
When it comes to cultivation, bayam amaranth thrives in well-drained soil and moderate sunlight. Its adaptability spans various environments, from personal gardens to commercial fields, making it suitable for containers or open earth.
Notably, bayam amaranth shares a cohesive growth structure, evoking the unity seen in nai bai and bok choy. Its leaves and stems blend harmoniously, enabling selective harvesting for sustained growth over time.
Harvesting bayam amaranth entails gathering tender leaves while allowing inner foliage to mature. Abundant in vital vitamins and dietary fiber, it delivers nutrition with minimal caloric intake.
Bayam amaranth's culinary adaptability mirrors its counterparts, thriving in a range of dishes. From vibrant stir-fries to hearty soups, its presence adds versatility to diverse gastronomic creations, reminiscent of nai bai's and bok choy's flexible nature.