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from US Japanese: Sunomono 1 daikon radish (medium size) 1 cucumber 5 tbsp rice vinegar 2 tbsp sugar 2 tsp sake 1 tsp salt Peel the daikon and slice it into thin, round slices. Then slice the cucumber to the same thickness. Salt the cucumber and daikon slices and wait about 5-10 mins. Wash off the daikon and cucumber slices and drain the water through a strainer. Mix the vinegar, sugar, and sake in a cup. Pour the vinegar mixture over the cucumber and daikon slices. Set aside at least 15 min. before serving.

Cucumber and Daikon Salad


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Japanese:
Sunomono

1
daikon radish (medium size)
1
cucumber
5 tbsp
rice vinegar
2 tbsp
sugar
2 tsp
sake
1 tsp
salt

Peel the daikon and slice it into
thin, round slices. Then slice the cucumber to the same thickness. Salt the cucumber and daikon slices and wait about 5-10 mins.

Wash
off the daikon and cucumber slices and drain the water through a strainer.

Mix the
vinegar, sugar, and
sake in a cup. Pour the vinegar mixture over the cucumber and daikon slices. Set aside at least 15 min. before serving.



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from waimea, hi, United States wrote:0  0

Want to make it even better? Add a half an avacado and a half cup of kim chee.
5 starsOctober 30, 2003


 
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