Daikon Fries and Medifast

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Calling all cooks,.

I saw a recipe for Daikon fries on Blaine's Low Carb Kitchen. Of course I know that deep fried food is off plan, so I want to try it as a baked recipe. Maybe with a little olive oil, garlic and pepper..

Has anyone tried this?.


Comments (7)

Oh I saw that too. I just love him. They sounded so good. Thanks for reminding me. I might just get some Daikon and make these...

Comment #1

You can actually use turnips cut into long thin strips, a little olive oil or Pam on the baking sheet and salt over them and bake them at 350 for like 20 minutes or so. I made them before and turnips ARE on plan...

Comment #2

The Daikon is a Japanese turnip, but I had already submitted a question to Nutrisystem to make sure they were okay..

I hadn't thought about regular turnips. Did they taste crunchy?.

Thanks for the suggestion...

Comment #3

They were about as crunchy as turnips can get LOL. I thought they weren't bad and was actually thinking of making them again. I just kept them in the oven for as long as I could without burning them. The thinner they are the crunchier they are, the salt helps dry them out too...

Comment #4

I tried them. You're right, Pashta. They taste like turnips. I see why Blaine deep fried them. I don't really like turnips. Guess I should have remembered that. :-)..

Comment #5

I made radish chips - sliced em thin and did olive oil cooking spray, salt, garlic powder, and paprika and they were pretty good..

Comment #6

Well, I tried them sliced as chips last night. A picture of radish chips in another thread looked so good. I did some research to make sure, the daikon is the oriental radish option on the Medifast green list. I wanted to try the chips using them because it s so long, easy to slice very thinly on a mandolin, and I was not looking forward to slicing a bunch of little round radishes. I used both together to see. The red ones cooked quicker and really did taste like little red potatoes, as menitoned in the other thread.

Doesn't look quite as much like a potato as the red ones either, but good if cooked longer..

You certainly could hand cut the daikon to really look like fries. I will try that next time, crispy is good!.

Thank you for the recipe ideas. I am new...

Comment #7

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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