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Synonyms for daikon

radish of Japan with a long hard durable root eaten raw or cooked

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But none of us caught the ankimo pate wrapped in pickled daikon radish, served as one of the passed hors d'oeuvres: Ankimo, we all learned after the meal, is made from monkfish, which like catfish, wolfish, and dogfish, has no scales and is therefore not kosher.
She's already pointed me in the direction of all the healthiest foods and brands so my larder is stocked with whole wheat cous cous, multigrain cereal, organic buckwheat noodles, wild rice (a mix of brown rice, black barley and daikon radish seeds whatever those might be) and an all natural brand of yoghurt that's "certified humane".
yen]Chinese Vegetable Salad and Smoked Chicken Green Lentil Salad: Crisp romaine and mesclun lettuce, tossed with red cabbage, sugar snap peas, daikon radish, fresh curled carrot, toasted cashew sesame Asian dressing - served with smoked breast of chicken and green lentil salad with braised orange saffron glazed fennel.
This winter, the chef's team are serving up Yamashita's daikon radish, his turnips and red Kyoto carrots, as well as his kabocha, a Japanese variety of squash with green skin and bright orange flesh.
Raw Vegetables: These are extremely rich in minerals, vitamins, trace elements, enzymes, and natural sugars; for example, carrots (rich in vitamin A, good for the eyes), mushroom caps (excellent source of potassium, helping to lower elevated blood pressure and reduce risk of stroke), celery (helps the kidney and acts an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant), cabbage (rich in iodine; helps in proper functioning of the brain and nervous system), daikon radish (a very good source of copper and potassium), and fennel (rich in iron, and histidine, an amino acid helpful in treatment of anemia).
He douses the tartare in a delicate kimchee vinaigrette and craftily arranges it on a plate with a cornet of cucumber sorbet, a burst of baby daikon radish greens and a square of watermelon gelee.
A spinach salad ($12) - prepared with warm baby spinach tossed with oroshi ponzu dressing (a mixture of soy sauce, citrus juices, ground daikon radish and a little oil) and topped with five large grilled spicy shrimp - turned out to be light and lovely.
Menu includes Chicken in Coconut and Lemongrass Curry; Succulent Eggplant in Hot Bean Sauce; Steamed Jasmine Rice; Crunchy Cucumber, Daikon Radish and Carrot Salad With Rice Wine Vinegar and Toasted Sesame Oil; and Toasted Macadamia Nut Ice Cream.
The dish, which gets a daikon radish salad topper, goes great with riesling, says Maranda.
I expected the usual sour daikon radish taste, but this blood-red slice of pickled eggplant had something else in store.
Korean radish and ponytail radish are not usually found in the United States, but daikon radish can be found in most markets and many farmers' markets.
Some of the recipes: Country Style Beef, Oxtail Soup, Baked Spareribs, Seafood Salad, Sauteed Mushrooms, Daikon Radish With Chicken, Stuffed Cabbage Rolls, Rolled Egg Omelet, and Daikon Radish Pickles.
I'm just knocking us up some seared tuna with daikon radish, a quick beef Wellington and then a chocolate fondant for dessert.
Now a daikon radish, white and gnarled, sprouting little hairs as on an old lady's chin.
Natural Plant Products (NPP) today reveal the latest findings from two independent hair shine studies that compared their latest natural oil product, Daikon Radish Oil, to both other natural emollients as well as popular silicones.