紅白なま, Namasu-kiri (Japanese)

daikon radish, carrots, cucumbers, ground ginger, white wine vinegar, sugar, salt

Namasu is a daikon and carrot salad that is lightly pickled in sweetened vinegar. This dish was introduced to Japan from China around 700s (Nara period) and it is especially enjoyed during the New Year in Japan. Since red and white are considered celebratory colors in Japan, you will see these colors being used in many traditional ceremonies. This salad is easy to make and can be prepared ahead of time.…

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