Turnip rolls infused with sushi vinegar

Sushi vinegar is made from rice vinegar, salt, and sugar and is a great preserving liquid for vegetables.

Turnip rolls infused with sushi vinegar

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sushi vinegar




Preparation method

  • Clean the turnips and thinly slice with a mandolin or a meat slicer.
  • Arrange the slices on a plate and drizzle with sushi vinegar.
  • Place the plate in the vacuum machine and run the cycle. The turnips will become porous in the absence of pressure and absorb the sushi vinegar.
  • Season to taste with a little salt.

Serving suggestions

  • In a composition with lobster, halibut, or turbot.
  • In a vegetable composition with components of radish, white radish, carrots, or leeks.

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