Easy Daikon Namul

Easy Daikon Namul

Stir-fried daikon namul goes great with bibimbap, but is also perfect as a palate-cleansing dish. It's also delicious seasoned with a kick of chili pepper.

Ingredients: 2 servings

Daikon radish
15-cm long piece
Garlic (grated) (Recipe ID: 2322784)
1 clove
Beef stock (dashida)
2/3 teaspoon
a pinch
a small amount
a small amount
Sesame oil
2 teaspoons
Toasted sesame seeds
1 tablespoon
Water (if needed)
2-3 tablespoons


1. Peel the daikon radish, and julienne it with a vegetable slicer.
2. Heat a frying pan, and cook the daikon radish in the sesame oil. Once the daikon radish has wilted, season with the garlic, beef stock, pepper, salt and a pinch of sugar.
3. Cook the daikon radish to your liking. Namul with a crispy-crunchy texture is delicious, but so is soft namul.
4. [Note] You can also stir-fry it with this namul stock instead (Recipe ID: 2357837).
5. Once it's finished frying, turn off the heat, and sprinkle over the toasted sesame seeds to finish. This is delicious served in bibimbap!
6. [Recipe for reference] Spicy Daikon Radish Namul in Sweet and Sour Sauce (Recipe ID: 2329162)
7. [Recipe for reference] Veggie-Packed 8 Ingredient Bibimbap (Recipe ID: 2344003)

Story Behind this Recipe

When my children were young, they thought that the daikon namul (sweet and sour flavour) in bibimbap was too sour, so I came up with this one. They still love bibimbap with both this namul and sweet and sour namul.