Jun. 22nd, 2009 07:52 pm
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Does anyone have any advice on how to cook daikon radish? I'm getting some in my Freshbox on Wednesday and I've never cooked with it before.

I've looked online, but I keep finding things like this, which is a little more effort than I was hoping to put in on a weeknight (or... ever, really).

If you need further ingredient inspiration, here is what else I'm getting.

Recipes would be awesome if you've got 'em!

Date: 2009-06-23 01:53 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] slammerkinbabe.livejournal.com
I don't think I would ever be able to face that radish square thing on a plate without yelling "WHY ARE YOU NOT A WEDDING CAKE, DAMMIT?!"

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Date: 2009-06-24 03:31 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] chavvah.livejournal.com
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Date: 2009-06-23 01:54 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] imperfectmedium.livejournal.com
The Koreans like a good daikon radish, but mostly as kimchi - in other words, spiced and pickled. So I got nothin', unless you want to make up a big jar of radish kimchi. I have three (3!) different recipes for radish kimchi in my Korean cookbook.
Edited Date: 2009-06-23 01:54 am (UTC)

Date: 2009-06-24 03:31 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] chavvah.livejournal.com
Is the recipe in Korean?

Don't get me wrong, I love on some kimchi, but if I want it I will probably just buy it ready-made. I definitely think we should revisit me borrowing that cookbook some other time though. Provided the answer to the question above makes it of any use to me.

Date: 2009-06-24 03:37 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] imperfectmedium.livejournal.com
The recipes are in English. (Even at the short-lived peak of my Korean-speaking ability, a Korean language cookbook would have been basically useless to me.)

I will bring it the next time I visit - if you remind me that you want to borrow it.

Date: 2009-06-23 03:29 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] stardustedgirl.livejournal.com
I'd suggest simply grating it, or use a vegetable spiraler if you have one, and eat keep it raw; put it in a salad, or as a filling (along with other fillings) in some sushi!

Date: 2009-06-24 03:38 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] imperfectmedium.livejournal.com
Those both sound good!


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