White radish: 4 roots-Apple: 1-Pear: 1-Garlic: 4 坨-Ginger: One large-Carrot: 1-Onion: Half-Onion: 1 bar-Leek: 10 Chili noodles (coarse): 150g-fish sauce (optional): 3 spoons-shrimp paste (optional): 3 spoons-glutinous rice flour: 50g-salt: 200g
Step 1: Select fresh white radish, remove the rhizomes at both ends, scrape off the skin and wash. Keep the skins so they taste crispy.
Step 2: Do not peel. Cut into 1.5 cm thick squares, this is convenient to eat, it is not recommended to be too large.
Step 3: This is how it will look after it is cut into a pot and start salting. I use coarse salt that is special for pickled kimchi. It works well and is sold in supermarkets. The curing time is 2-3 hours. Turn it around during the curing process. Pinch the radish with your hand, it will become soft and water will suffice.
Step 4: When pickling radish, you can prepare some glutinous rice noodles, put them in cold water, burn them until sticky, and cool them for later use.
Step 5: Prepare kimchi ingredients: put garlic and diced diced into a blender, grind the carrots, shred the carrots, cut the onions into small pieces, cut the leek and scallion into white sections, and put the apples and pears into the blender to make juice. Put them in the pot for future use.
Step 6: This is the pickled seasoning. Korean chili noodles are recommended to use coarse noodles. Fish sauce and shrimp paste are not necessary, but the taste will definitely be much better.
Step 7: After the glutinous rice paste has cooled, start mixing all the ingredients and seasonings. Add all ingredients except leeks and onions to diced radish, then add 3 spoons of fish sauce, 3 spoons of shrimp paste, and Korean chili noodles. Put on disposable gloves and stir for a while. Finally add leek and onion and mix well.
Step 8: Put in a pickle jar and seal. In winter, it can be stored at room temperature for 1-2 days and then stored in the refrigerator for refrigerated storage. After 7 days, it can be opened. Ferment at room temperature for one day in the summer and put in the refrigerator.
Step 9: Finished product.