Oshinko (also known as Tokuan or Daikon) is a pickled radish very popular in Japan. It is one of the ingredients of sushi maki: oshinko cut into strips, used as a filling for sushi maki, can be used solo (Oshinko maki) or in combination with other ingredients. It is served raw, tart or cut into thin strips or boiled and stewed. . Cut into strips or slices is also served solo as an appetizer or addition to dishes, it can also be used as an original ingredient of fried dishes and salads


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