White snow-like finely grated Daikon (White Radish) is called ‘Daikon Oroshi’ in Japanese. It can be used as a condiment and often added to sauces. This is a very popular way to enjoy Beef Steak in Japan. Daikon’s refreshing, spicy yet mildly sweet flavour is absolutely wonderful with oily meat. Have you tried it yet?
1 Beef Steak
1 to 2 tablespoons Finely Grated Daikon (White Radish)
1 tablespoon ‘Ponzu’ (Citrus-based Soy Sauce)
- Peel Daikon and finely grate. You may wish to drain to remove excess water, but do not squeeze as you will lose the delicious juice.
- Cook Beef Steak as you like it, then rest for a while. Cut into bite size pieces but it is optional. Season with Salt & Pepper if you like. Enjoy with the grated Daikon and ‘Ponzu’.