Korean Pickled Radish is one of the everyone’s favorite pickle menu. It not only tastes good, but the combination of salty, sweet and sour taste is also unusual to your tongue. This pickle is perfect and complete when eating with spicy food and enjoy the spicy Korean fried chicken. You must be addicted if you eat this one menu.
How to make Korean Pickled Radish in your kitchen
Makes it very easy. You do not require much material. Just four basic ingredients can make all the food tasty when paired with Korean Pickled Radish. All making or dosage can depend on your taste and needs regarding acidity, sweetness, or other. However, there is also the following manufacturing steps:
- 3 cups of Korean radish
- ¼ cup white vinegar
- Sugar to taste
- Salt to taste
1The first step, wash and peel radish. Then cut into a box shape resembling a small cube of the same size. Prepare a large bowl to put radish and cut with vinegar, sugar, and salt. While being mixed, you will see more fluid than salt, sugar, and salt that attract laches. It aims to keep radishes crunchy without preservatives.
2The second step, after all, mixed, put in the ziplock bag. In the use of bags, according to your needs. But it’s good to wear two different bags. It aims to provide an extra kick with an additional one tablespoon of sriracha. These are one quick and precise way.
3The third step, let the bag on the table about less 8 hours or overnight. For a few moments, you can turn it over. This way will make the radish can absorb sweet and sour goodness. In this way also you will see a lot of liquid also in the bag. For best results, chill for about 2 hours before serving. More can you store in jars and preservatives in the refrigerator for 1 or 2 weeks.
That’s the short way of making Korean Pickled Radish. Very quick and convenient ingredients are prepared to make this one menu. But it takes a long time also to get a taste and good results for everyone’s consumption. You can do at home, but require tremendous patience, and also need to be in control at all times when in the cooling process. Thus the recipe good luck at home.