How to make it

  • Boil salted water in a pot for the pasta
  • Saute the bacon in a large skillet over medium heat.
  • Cook until crisp, then drain on paper-towel. But leave 2T. drippings.
  • Add Daikon leaves, minced garlic and red pepper flakes in 3)
  • Saute till leaves turn bright green, then add poutry seasoning
  • Cook the pasta in boiling water according to package directions
  • Transfer the cooked pasta from the pot to the pan
  • Mix it well : if taste too weak, add some salt or more poutlry seasoning
  • Transfer to a plate and sprinkle some EVOO and pecorino before eating

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  • danti01421 9 years ago
    hi wookee!
    I am looking for daikon radish leaves. Could you help me where to buy them?
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  • wookee 9 years ago
    WOW, we are in the same area!
    I get DAIKON from whole foods.
    It has very nutritious flavor, it might not work for little ones.
    (little ones need more cheese or cream to kill the bitterness of green)
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  • sas 9 years ago
    That should gave said West HARTFORD rather.
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  • sas 9 years ago
    This sounds really good. I have everything except the daikon leaves. Off to West Hartfort to pick some up.

    I am from Farmington also.
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  • wookee 11 years ago

    Thanx for the comment.
    Daikon leaves taste kinda like Broccoli Rabe.
    So I guess it must be very nutritious too!

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    " It was excellent "
    chefmeow ate it and said...
    I've never had Daikon, will have to try, anything with pasta is pretty much a hig with me. Great post.
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