Crispy and refreshing.Classic radish salad
Introducing the recipe and how to make the popular menu “Standard radish salad” at izakaya. It is a refreshing dish with soy sauce-based dressing. The crispy texture has some tips on how to cut it. How about for your usual menu or the menu of your izakaya?
Vegetable side dish
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(For 2 people)
a. Soy sauce
1 and 1/2 tablespoon
a. Sesame oil
Shredded Nori Laver
How to make
Peel the radish and cut into 5 cm long strips along the fibers.
Soak in water for about 5 minutes.
Cut off the roots of radish sprouts, expose them to water, and drain them thoroughly.
Mix ingredients from (a) in a bowl.
Add ② and ③ and mix to complete.
Tips and points
・ If you use the upper part of the radish, it will be a sweet radish salad.
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