Daikon cake is kind of pan cake that is made out of grated daikon, flour, and potato starch.
You can actually mix any other ingredient together such as green onion, cheese, dried shrimp etc.
My most favorite part of daikon cake is that it’s crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside.
I think you will like this interesting texture.
Today’s recipe for daikon cake actually become successful by using miso paste!
I think any kind of miso paste can be fit for this dish.
Since the seasonings for the recipe is not a lot, bacon and cheese are also doing great job to create tasty flavor.
You can change the ingredient or add more to your liking!
【Recipe (2 servings)】
14 oz daikon, Grated
1 oz shred cheese
0.7 oz bacon, Thinly sliced
2 tablespoons green onion
3 tablespoons flour
3 tablespoons potato starch (or corn starch)
1 teaspoon miso paste (shinshu koji miso paste)
1/2 teaspoon chicken stock granule (cube)
A pinch of salt and pepper
1. Grate daikon and put it in a strainer to let the water drain off.
2. Wring the water out of grated daikon softly, and put it in a mixing bowl.
3. Stir miso paste with slight amount of water from grated daikon so that miso paste can be mixed well.
4. Add all of ingredients and seasonings in the bowl, and mix well.
5. Make 8 daikon cakes. Add oil to a hot pan, and bake daikon cakes.
6. Turn over cakes when the surface is slightly burnt.
7. Cover the pan with a lid, and bake for 2 min.
Before serving, burn lightly until both surface become crispy.
Daikon cakes are already tasty without sauce but pour a little soy sauce or ponzu sauce to your liking.
Ready to eat!