Mooli is a form of giant radish that is also known as daikon. It can be even in both raw and cooked form, and it is suitable in an array of dishes from salads to stir fries. Mooli is also included in kimchi, the Korean pickled food. The root can get quite large, and is white in colour, with a flavour much milder than that of other radishes – crunchy with a faint peppery bite. It can be included in soups and stir-fry’s, shredded or grated in salads or to garnish dishes and is also commonly used in Indian cuisine, especially in curries or as a filling for vegetarian stuffed breads.
Wash before eating.
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