Japanese pickles—known collectively as tsukemono—can easily go unnoticed as part of a washoku (traditional Japanese) meal.
Easy Japanese Pickled Cucumber by The Kitchn. This recipe is a great way to use up cucumbers. Pickled cucumbers are traditionally served as an accompaniment with rice or sushi, but feel free to serve any way you like.
Chyuka Kyuri Tsukemono- Attempt to make the cucumbers from Din Tai Fung
Introducing "Asazuke" A Quick Tsukemono In Japan, all types of tsukemono are available at grocery stores and specialty stores; however many people make Asazuke
Today I am sharing a very simple Japanese pickled cucumbers recipe that you can enjoy at home as a refreshing side dish.
Turn turnips, radishes, and seaweed into a salty-sour pickled called sanbaizu, a traditional type of Japanese pickle known as tsukemono.
Kyuri Asa-zuke are Japanese lightly pickled cucumbers.
Pickled Cucumber (きゅうりの浅漬け) | Easy Japanese Recipes at JustOneCookbook.com