Karashina: Red Asian Mustard
Nutritional Information:A good source of potassium, phosphorus, vitamin A and vitamin K.
How to Enjoy it:The leaves are smooth-textured and watery, having a strong mustard flavour which is milder in the young leaves. Eat raw in salad or use to wrap cooked sausages and other meats, or to wrap balls of rice. Good in stir-fries
|Karashina seedlings 16 days after sowing||Karashina after 6 weeks|
|Harvested leaves||Bright yellow flowers attract the pollen beetle Meligethes aeneus|