Japanese Namasu Recipe

In a large mixing bowl; toss together cucumber, carrot, daikon and salt. Allow to sit 15 minutes. Rinse and drain well. Squeeze all remaining water. Return to mixing bowl; toss

Rating: 3.8/5(5)
Category: Side Dish
Cuisine: Japanese
Total Time: 35 mins
1. In a saucepan over medium heat; warm vinegar.
2. Remove from heat; stir in sugar until dissolved.
3. Set aside to cool completely.
4. In a large mixing bowl; toss together cucumber, carrot, daikon and salt.

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Total Time: 10 mins
Category: Side
Calories: 16 per serving
1. Slice the daikon and carrots into long, thin strips lengthwise, then cut those sheets into strips. Place in a bowl with 1 Tablespoon Kosher salt and massage the salt into all of the vegetables. Set aside.
2. in a separate bowl, mix together sugar, rice vinegar, water, and salt until the sugar is completely dissolved.
3. Squeeze as much water out of the vegetables as possible using either your hands or a clean, lint free kitchen towel and transfer to a clean bowl. Discard liquid.
4. Pour dressing over vegetables and mix well to combine.

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What is namasu and how is it made?

Namasu is a Japanese recipe that soaks sliced vegetables in a sweet vinegar mixture. This version uses cucumber that's been "drained" first (by letting it stand with salt on it) and then it's marinated with salt, sugar, rice wine vinegar, and fresh ginger.

What is kouhaku namasu?

It’s pickled carrot and daikon radish. “Kouhaku” means white and red in Japanese which are the colors for celebration in Japan, and “namasu” means “pickled with vinegar.” This dish is pretty easy to make and tasty!

What is cucumber namasu?

Cucumber Namasu. Namasu is a Japanese recipe that soaks sliced vegetables in a sweet vinegar mixture. This version uses cucumber that's been "drained" first (by letting it stand with salt on it) and then it's marinated with salt, sugar, rice wine vinegar, and fresh ginger. serves/makes: ready in:

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