Cut the ham into 3 cm squares and cut off the roots of the sprouts.
Mix the ingredients together, mixing the tuna with the oil; it tastes great this way. Finished!!
This is a photo from user "Miino". She used mizuna in place of daikon radish sprouts. It looks delicious. Mizuna isn't that spicy, so I assume they have no difficulty finishing this dish.
I cut out hearts out of ham slices (not listed) to decorate the dish.
Story Behind this Recipe
I just copied what my husband's mother made.
Tips... Just mix!! If it's bland, add salt to your liking. The ham and tuna are already salty, so I think it tastes great even without salt . You can substitute mayonnaise as well . If you let it sit for 10 minutes after making it, the spiciness of the daikon radish sprouts will soften .