Gastronomixs

Turnip kimchi

A variation on traditional kimchi. Traditional kimchi undergoes a fermentation process that can be compared to making sauerkraut. With this method, you do achieve a good deal of the unique flavour but without the risk of fermentation. Take a look at the technique page about fermenting if you would like to try making real kimchi.

Turnip kimchi

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Ingredients

20

g

sugar

3

g

chilli powder

g

ginger

4

cloves

garlic

10

g

fish sauce

10

g

soya sauce

1

kg

turnips

Preparation method

  • Clean the turnips and cut into a coarse julienne.
  • Mix the sugar with the chilli powder, ginger, garlic, fish sauce, and soya sauce.
  • Mix the marinade with the turnips and pull vacuum.
  • Store the kimchi in the refrigerator. The flavour will enhance daily.

Serving suggestions

  • As a garnish in salads.
  • As a vegetable side dish served with components of pork belly, fennel, chicory, or leeks.

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