German Version

Musaengchae Recipe Spicy Radish Salat

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Serving(s): 1


Pear 1 Piece
Fish Sauce * 2 Tsp
Spring Onion 1 Piece
Gochugaru (Korean Chillipowder) * 1 Tbsp
Garlic Clove 2 Piece
Radish 500 gr
Salt 1 Tsp
Sesame Seed * 1 Tbsp
Sugar 0.5 Tsp


Bowl 1 Stück
Cutting Board 1 Stück
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Recipe Information

Vegetarian: no
Vegan: no
Lactose: no
Gluten: no
Calories: ~ 31
Difficulty: 1/3
Country: koreanisch
Category: Beilage
Preparation: 20 Min.
Cooking Time 0 Min.
Total Time 20 Min.
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The way your mother or grandmother would prepare Kohlrabi in lines with the German tradition is not just super delicious but also very healthy. Apart from that, there’s also the small red radishes and the long white radish. Radish is a long beet kind of vegetable that is widely available in German supermarkets or on the weekly markets. 

This Korean side dish, or Banchan is known as Musaengchae (무생채). It’s a spicy radish salad that goes perfectly with any kind of meat or any other warm meal. The pear adds a fresh and fruity taste to it. 

Not everyone knows radish?!

You’ll probably know this vegetable, but I’ve met many people that haven’t heard about it before. One day in a big supermarket I put a radish on the counter, and as the cashier was typing in the item, he asked what this long white thing was. I wasn’t quite sure what he meant by that and he pointed at the radish. For me this just goes to show, that the vegetables, that were used in the old days are more and more forgotten. 

But now back to the actual recipe, that you can use for a BBQ, a lunch or as a snack. 


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  1. Peel the radish and cut it into „magic sticks“. You need to cut the radish into slices and then the slices into sticks. The thinner, the better your radish salad will taste. Mix 1 tablespoon of salt with the radish and leave it for about 15 minutes. The salt draws water from the radish and that way it gets crisp. After the 15 minutes pat it dry from the water.

  2. Cut the pear into sticks. Chop the garlic and the spring onion finely.

  3. Put all the ingredients into a bowl and mix everything well.

  4. Serve the radish with any main dish. This radish salad is best enjoyed along with meat dishes and warm soups.

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