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Kaiware Daikon (Daikon Radish Sprouts)

  • Frequently used in Japanese cuisines, such as in salads, sushi, and as a garnish, Kaiware Daikon is sprouted daikon radish seeds with a strong peppery taste.

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    What is Kaiware Daikon?

    Frequently used in Japanese cuisines, such as in salads, sushi and as a garnish, Kaiware Daikon (カイワレ大根) are sprouted daikon radish seeds. These radish sprouts have a very powerful radish flavor with a real peppery finish.

    You can find them in Japanese and Asian grocery stores, usually in little clumps with roots.

    Kaiware Daikon Sprouts | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

    What is a Good Substitute?

    You can use Alfalfa sprouts, radish sprouts, etc.

    Kaiware Daikon Sprouts | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com

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