Purple Daikon Radish
Around the same shape and size of Lobok; Purple Daikon has a beautiful inner flesh that is white with stunning starburst splashes of violet matching its purple skin. Its flavor is mildly spicy with a hint of sweetness.
Commonly used in Asian dishes, varietal Daikon have become popular in an array of preparations and applicationssuch as stir-frying, pickling, adding to a salad, slaw, stew or soup, slow cooking, roasting with other vegetables, or topping avocado toast.
Wild forms of the radish and its relatives the mustards and turnip can be found over west Asia and Europe, suggesting that their domestication took place somewhere in that area.
There are a variety of radishes with varying sizes, shapes and flavors in the market.