What is a Korean Radish?
- The Korean name for this large white radish is “moo.” Korean Radish is similar to Lo Bok and Daikon. It may be round to football-like in shape, with a sharp, crisp radish flavor. Radishes are often served with deep-fried foods to help digest the oils.
How to Eat
- Slice into salads, chop into soups or grate finely and add to chopped chiles to make a hot relish.
- Radishes contain the enzyme diastase, which is used to aid in digestion.
How to Choose
- Choose firm radishes.
How to Store
- Refrigerate in plastic wrap up to 1 week.