Guest Post from Jeroxie: pickled vegetable

As you read this post I am gallivanting somewhere across the North Carolina state probably eating some local BBQ dish or causing trouble am sure while I am away on my summer vacation. I want to send a big thank you to the wonderful Penny of Jeroxie @ addictive & consuming for preparing a wonderful guest post for me for your enjoyment. Penny is also the founder of a great new monthly cooking challenge I have been participating in, the International Incident Party. Check it out. Thank you Penny, I am honored you accepted my guest post request!


I am so envious that it is lovely summer weather in Canada while it is has been seriously cold in Melbourne. With so much outdoor activities, it is always good to have a quick and easy summer vegetable dish on hand. This simple pickled vegetable dish is really versatile and can be used as a side dish for BBQ, curries and many spicy dishes. The Vietnamese will usually julienne all the vegetables instead of cubing them and use it as a dipping sauce or a sauce for some of their dry noodle dishes.


  • 180g of daikon, skinned and cubed
  • 180g of carrots, skinned and cubed
  • 120g of cucumber, deseeded and cubed
  • 500ml of white vinegar
  • 300g of raw (white) sugar


  1. Prepare all the vegetables. Set asiden
  2. This will keep in the refrigerator up to a week


Thanks Evelyne for asking me to guest post! I hope you enjoy this very simple recipe and please do pop over to Jeroxie to say Hi! 🙂

3 comments to Guest Post from Jeroxie: pickled vegetable

  • I found this quite interesting. I do however wonder if I could substitute apple cider vinegar instead of a very strong white vinegar. Just a thought. BTW…I still have not tried Daikon ;o) I should venture out a little more.
    Flavourful wishes,

  • Wow, are those delicious vegetables really that easy?? Thanks for this! I am excited to make them!

  • It’s wicked how here, so this is a perfect post, Penny! Evelyn – I feel so bad for not answering the distress call! I have been swamped. : (

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