Fall Week 7: Recipes

Watermelon Radish & Carrots with Sesame Vinaigrette

Ingredients from your share: watermelon radish, carrot
You will also need: apple cider vinegar (or white vinegar), garlic olive oil, sesame oil, tamari or fish sauce, sesame seeds
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Spotlight: Hakurei Turnips

Hakurei turnips are small, sweet, juicy white turnips that are harvested young. They are known as "salad" turnips, rather than "cooking" turnips (which tend to be more bitter and/or spicy raw), and can be eaten raw alone or in salads.
"The Hakurei turnip is a Japanese turnip that is truly best eaten raw. Its delicate flavor and crisp texture are perfect as is, and cooking tends to make it soggy. Just slice it, thick or thin as you prefer, and add it to salads, appetizer platters, or serve it on its own as a snack or side dish. You will not believe how delicious they are." [source]
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