5 Reviews

I had this years ago at a Japanese restaurant that has since closed. The only thing I did differently was add a bit of sliced green onions since I love them so much and garnished with toasted sesame seeds. My son saw it in a serving bowl, dug right in and thought the old place we used to frequent had opened again! Thanks so much for posting this recipe.

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Morgorond March 30, 2011

Mmmmm....this is so good. It's great served on the side of a rich Thai or Japanese curry or any stir-fry dish. I love it with rice or as a salad on its own. This travels well, but be warned. It is very smelly. Your co-workers might not appreciate having this in the common fridge - until you talk them into trying, that is. Then you'll have to bring enough to share!

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Cinnamon Turtle March 28, 2011

Yum, that was a good salad! I shredded it in the food processor, added some black sesame seeds and a dash of sesame oil- delicious! Didn't have the dashi powder either. This will become a regular in my house! Thanks, JustJans!

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gemini08 June 12, 2010

This was good - the carrots compliment the daikon nicely, and the seasonings were good. (didn't have dashi powder, though) Be warned - this had a strong cabbage-like smell - maybe because I let it marinate overnight. That said - a very tasty and pretty side dish.

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dianegrapegrower December 09, 2008

Had daikon and did not know what to do with it...this is yummy. did not have dashi powder.

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Carianne January 13, 2006
Marinated Daikon and Carrot Salad (namasu)