Vietnamese Pickled Carrots and Daikon Radish (Do Chua)
By White On Rice Couple on October 14, 2012
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[Editor's Note: This versatile Vietnamese pickle is great on sandwiches, but would work with almost any meal as a healthy relish item. It's a burst of sweet flavor, with a crispy acid bite that balances it out. This is something worth keeping on hand in the refrigerator for times when you need to give a dish a little boost. --Genie]
Vietnamese Pickles Carrots & Daikon, My Family Recipe
I always grew up eating is Vietnamese pickled carrots and daikon radish and they’ve become a staple in my pantry. These pickles or (do chua) are most well known for making appearances in Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches. But I know them just as do chua and eat them with rice, noodles and spring rolls.
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