The daikon radish has the shape of a giant carrot with a wide variety of culinary uses. Almost sweet like turnips and milder than red radishes, daikon is great in salads.
This versatile radish can be eaten raw in salads or cut into strips for relish trays. It can also be baked, boiled, grilled, or broiled and even stir-fried! Before cooking, peel the skin just like you would peel a carrot skin and cut according to your recipe. The leaves may also be eaten.
Daikon radishes will keep well in the refrigerator, stored in a plastic bag or airtight container.