Japanese Simmered Daikon with Bok Choy and Edamame

Japanese Simmered Daikon with Bok Choy and
Edamame

Geat Vegan recipe

From our friends at Serious Eats

 

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YIELD: serves 4

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ACTIVE TIME: 15 minutes

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TOTAL TIME: 1 1/2 hours

 

Ingredients:

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1 whole
daikon radish, about 1 foot long and 2-inches wide.

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1 cup
sake

·        
1/4 cup
mirin

·        
3
tablespoons soy sauce

·        
2
tablespoons sugar

·        
1/2 cup
water

·        
1 small
piece konbu (dried sea kelp, optional)

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12
pieces baby bok choy (About 1/4 pound)

·        
1 cup
frozen edamame

·        
4
scallions, thinly sliced

 

Directions:

1.      
Peel
daikon and slice into 1-inch thick rings. Combine sake, mirin, soy, sugar,
water, and konbu (if using) in a medium saucepan. Add daikon slices. Bring to a
boil over high heat. Reduce to a bare simmer. Cover and cook, turning and
rotating daikon occasinally until daikon is completely tender and colored all
the way through, about 1 hour.

2.     
Carefully
remove daikon with a slotted metal spatula. Bring liquid to a simmer and add
bok choy and edamame, Cook until bok choy is just wilted but still crunchy and edamame
are cooked through but still bright green, about 2 minutes. Divide bok choy and
edamame into individual small serving bowls. Add sliced daikon. Top with
scallions and serve.

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