Diakon 400-500g - Certified Organic Diakon
Daikon is known as a Japanese radish stacked full of health benefits. Commonly used in Asian cuisine it is also delicious added to your salads, soups , pickles and also your main meals.
Au gratin -Make a delicious batch of scalloped potatoes by adding sliced daikon to the mix. Arrange the vegetables in a casserole, cover with a creamy béchamel sauce and bake as usual.
Daikon radish instead of rice - Some vegans are enjoying a healthier version of rice by grating daikon radish into tiny pearls or pulsing it in a food processor.
Fried or Roasted Do you like your roast veggies? The daikon radish shouldn't be an exception. It can be fried or roasted just like potatoes.
The daikon radish is a cruciferous vegetable, putting it in good nutritional company in the same family as broccoli and kale. Like its relatives, it is full of vitamin C, along with many other vitamins, minerals, and powerful plant compounds.
This hearty vegetable has the capacity to boost metabolism and combat bloating due to its diuretic properties.
How to cook dako