Simple recipe for "Daikon radish and bacon in butter"! A delicious side dish that can be stir-fried and quickly simmered in consomme soup!
Simply saute daikon radish and bacon in plenty of butter and quickly simmer in consommé soup. It's a great snack to go along with your drinks~!
Material ( For 4 persons )
root 1/3 of a stick
bacon 50g (1.76oz)
butter 20g (0.71oz)
consomme soup stock 1/2 piece
salt and pepper proper quantity
Daikon radish leaves (if available) proper quantity
simmered radish and bacon with butter

Introducing "Daikon and Bacon in Butter", an excellent side dish that can be made in a jiffy. This recipe is so delicious that I personally became addicted to it. I highly recommend it as a snack for alcoholic beverages!

Daikon radish and bacon simmered in butter

Ingredients

Here is what you need to prepare, based on a recipe from JA Itoshima.

1/3 Japanese radish
50g (1.76oz) bacon
20 g butter
1/2 consomme soup stock
Salt and pepper to taste
Daikon radish leaves (if available), to taste

Directions

Peel daikon radish and cut into 1 x 5 cm sticks. Cut bacon into 1 cm pieces. Also, boil the daikon leaves and chop them.

simmered radish and bacon with butter

Fry the bacon in a frying pan with hot butter.

simmered radish and bacon with butter

When browned, add daikon radish and fry until the surface becomes transparent, then add 1.5 cups of water (not included) and consommé soup stock and bring to a boil.

simmered radish and bacon with butter

simmered radish and bacon with butter

Bring to a boil, cover and simmer over medium heat for 15 minutes. When daikon becomes soft, season with salt and pepper to taste and place in a serving bowl. Sprinkle with chopped daikon leaves.

simmered radish and bacon with butter

How does daikon radish and bacon in butter taste?

This is... really... insanely delicious. ......! The sweetness of soft and fresh daikon and the juicy bacon. The richness of the melted butter and consomme wraps around the sweetness of the daikon and the juices of the bacon. The pepper also adds a nice kick to the dish. Give me a highball right now!

simmered radish and bacon with butter

Daikon is usually used in Japanese cuisine, but this was a wonderful Western dish. I was a little impressed that such a delicious way of eating daikon existed. Once you try it, you will be addicted to it, so have your favorite beverage on hand and give it a try!