Radishes without their peppery tang
The little red radish is so easy to grow that kindergartens grow them to introduce children to the joys of gardening. It takes only 3 days for green shoots to appear, and a few weeks later they are ready to pick, these little red or white ping pong balls. The flavour is tangy, a little on the peppery side with its sharp pungency that pleases adults, especially with a sprinkling of sea salt. Perfect for nibbling, they also make such a pretty addition to salads. They are a bit peppery for kids, though.
Not surprisingly, they say that radishes have health giving properties – it clears the sinuses and soothes sore throats.
This beautiful recipe comes from Kylie Kwong via Lucy Nourish Me who adapted it from the original. I have altered it again. This recipe diminishes the level of radish’s sharp tanginess. It is the perfect balance of sweet, sour and salty. Use as it is as a side dish, or with a bowl of beautiful rice. Toss them in salads or into sandwiches. Lucy says that thinly sliced carrots also work very well with the radishes in a salad with some lettuce leaves.
Similar recipes include Japanese Quick Pickled Radishes, Braised, Raised Radishes, French Buttered Radishes, and use this recipe to pickle radishes.
Also try Asian Style Greens with garlic and Sesame.
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Easy to make, delicious in taste and healthy as well.
You can’t help but look at this colourful salad and think of roughage, with all that cabbage and crunchy radish. How healthy! This salad is a surprising combination that works extremely well, and a lovely spicy peanut dressing that has many uses beyond this salad.
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Similar Radish recipes include Braised, Glazed Radishes, Glazed 5-Spice Tofu Salad with Cucumbers and Radishes, and Spicy Radish Salad with Coconut Milk.
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This salad can be made with white or red radish, jicama (yam bean) or kohlrabi. It is crunchy and delicious and full of spicy tropical flavours.
Crunchy vegetables are just made for summer time lazy eating, and this salad is perfect. In fact it can be made at any time of the year, using red or white radish, kholrabi and/or Jicama. As at least one of these vegetables is in season at most times of the year, there can be no excuse!
Are you looking for similar recipes? You might also enjoy Lightly Pickled Jicama Salad with Citrus, Vegetable Sticks with Spices, and A Host of Spring Salads.
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A perfect and simple tangy salad to make in a hurry. Serve with hot or cold dishes.
With this continuing very hot weather, the only thought is about salads. Here is a simple one with Cucumbers, Red Onion and Red Radish. It is delightful.
Similar recipes include Japanese Quick Pickled Radishes, Quick Pickled Radishes with Asian Flavours, Braised, Glazed Radishes, and Jicama, Radish and Green Mango Salad. Also try Slightly Picked Mushrooms with Tamari and Sesame.
Looking for something different to do with cucumbers? Why not try Simple but Best Cucumber Salad, My Mother’s Tomato and Cucumber Salad, and a Cucumber Curry?
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