Roasted Daikon Chips and Daikon Salad recipe.

28 April 2013 § 3 Comments

It is quite daunting to follow the epic pie made by King Marv in his guest post. Using up the vegetables in your veggie box seems so mundane in comparison to boiling pigs’ hooves for three hours to make a jelly.

I was flummoxed by the abundance of daikon radish I got the other week. The large, mild flavored radishes are okay to eat – bland and inoffensive but nothing to get excited about, definitely a “meh” root vegetable. The reality was if I did not tackle them soon they would be forgotten and neglected at the bottom of the fridge destined for reincarnation in the compost bin.


I knew offering daikon raw to The Ladies™ was going to be a hard sell. So this is what I came up with: daikon radishes prepared in two ways – roasted as chips and as a salad with carrots, sesame and ginger. No surprises – the chips were the clear winner. The salad would have had The Ladies™ approval had I reduced the amount of ginger. « Read the rest of this entry »

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