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 Serving


1 Beef Steak
1 to 2 tablespoons Finely Grated Daikon (White Radish)
1 tablespoon ‘Ponzu’ (Citrus-based Soy Sauce)

  1. 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.
  2. 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’.