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Health Benefit: Research shows that daikon radish, a spicy cruciferous vegetable, supports liver health, protects against diabetes and may reduce the risk of cancer.
Want a Fish-Free Option? Omit the bonito flakes from the furikake recipe in step 3 and substitute 14 oz cubed tofu, patted dry, for tuna in steps 3 and 4. Pan sear the tofu in sesame oil.
- Pack daikon into a glass pint jar. In a small pot, bring ½ cup vinegar to a boil. Remove from heat, add honey, and stir to dissolve. Pour over daikon, cover and let stand for 1 to 2 hours, or refrigerate overnight.
- In a small bowl, whisk together oil, tamari, garlic and remaining 1 tbsp vinegar. Set aside.
- Prepare furikake: In a small jar, combine sesame seeds, nori, bonito, salt and cayenne (if using); cover and shake. Pour furikake into a shallow dish and dredge tuna cubes in mixture. Discard excess furikake.
- Assemble bowls: Toss noodles with half of dressing and divide between 4 bowls. Top each bowl with carrots, onions, snow peas and radishes and drizzle with remaining dressing. Divide pickled daikon and tuna between bowls.
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- Serving Size 1/4 of recipe
- Calories 439
- Carbohydrate Content 55 g
- Cholesterol Content 34 mg
- Fat Content 15 g
- Fiber Content 5 g
- Protein Content 28 g
- Saturated Fat Content 2 g
- Sodium Content 348 mg
- Sugar Content 9 g
- Monounsaturated Fat Content 6 g
- Polyunsaturated Fat Content 6 g