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    Daikon radish "fries" for P2

    So it seems that daikon radish are probably an OK P2 vegetable (even though Dr. S says "red radish"). I got one last night for something different and searched here for what to do with it, and came up with something of an amalgamation to create P2 "fries". Here's what I did ... and I have to say they were totally delish!

    Scrubbed daikon, cut off top and bottom, and gave it a scrape with a carrot peeler (don't know if you need to do this but there were some little hairy roots coming off it). Then I cut it into matchsticks. I mixed up some Bragg's liquid aminos, some apple cider vinegar and garlic and onion powder and tossed the matchsticks in it. I spread them out evenly on a cookie sheet and baked at 450 degrees for about 10 minutes.

    There were actually sweeter than I thought they'd turn out, not nearly as peppery/radishy as I was expecting. I ate the entire daikon and it was so filling and yummy!
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    I have done similar with red radishes and with daikon in P2.

    I received some French breakfast radishes today in my farm to door delivery of organic produce. I plan to use some of them for dinner tonight.. likely braising them in chicken stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laurenb View Post
    So it seems that daikon radish are probably an OK P2 vegetable (even though Dr. S says "red radish"). I got one last night for something different and searched here for what to do with it, and came up with something of an amalgamation to create P2 "fries". Here's what I did ... and I have to say they were totally delish!

    Scrubbed daikon, cut off top and bottom, and gave it a scrape with a carrot peeler (don't know if you need to do this but there were some little hairy roots coming off it). Then I cut it into matchsticks. I mixed up some Bragg's liquid aminos, some apple cider vinegar and garlic and onion powder and tossed the matchsticks in it. I spread them out evenly on a cookie sheet and baked at 450 degrees for about 10 minutes.

    There were actually sweeter than I thought they'd turn out, not nearly as peppery/radishy as I was expecting. I ate the entire daikon and it was so filling and yummy!
    I made it tonight. And I sliced red radishes instead into chips, worked great and was pretty excellent.

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