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I have two bunches of fresh radishes - what's your favorite way to eat them?

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Mr_Vittles added 11 months ago

Pickle'em or Slice'em thin in salads.

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petitbleu added 11 months ago

I love radishes straight up, with good butter and sea salt, in salsas and slaws, on sandwiches, with lox and sour cream, roasted...They're great alongside rich foods as a foil to big flavors.

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hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.

added 11 months ago

There's a great radish salad served at the restaurant GrĂ¼ner in Portland that's composed of shaved radishes, herbs, and pumpkin seed oil. It's fantastic. Here is my knock-off of the salad: http://food52.com/recipes...
The recipe for the actual salad is in Secrets of the Best Chefs by Adam Roberts.

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added 11 months ago

I never liked radishes in any form until I tried roasting them.

This recipe, posted by my darling little sister, is outstanding: (Roasted Radishes and Root Vegetables with Rosemary and Mustard) http://food52.com/recipes...

As is this one (Roasted Spring Root Veggies with Horseradish Thyme Butter):
http://food52.com/recipes... .
So delicious, both of them. ;o)

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added 11 months ago

I can second AJ's suggestion for the Roasted Spring Root Veggies -- it is quite delicious!

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cookinginvictoria added 11 months ago

Amanda's radish and grain salad is one of my new recipe finds on food52. It sounds fairly conventional, but the combination of ingredients really sings: http://food52.com/recipes...

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added 11 months ago

I like to slice them communion wafer thin on the mandoline and incorporate them into a pan bagnat with really good tuna, tomato, basil and a generous amount of high end olive oil. For something a little different you can substitute watercress for the basil. Pan bagnat means "bathed bread", so it's going to be wet. It's supposed to be.

TobiT added 11 months ago

Smashed Radishes - pound each one lightly with hammer so it cracks but doesn't break apart. Marinate for no longer than half an hour in a few Tbsp of mirin (or rice vinegar sweetened with sugar) and soy sauce. Drain then sprinkle with toasted sesame oil. Great picnic snack.

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HalfPint added 11 months ago

Don't know where I saw this (TheKitchn, maybe), but I love dipping smallish whole radishes in melted butter, then sprinkling with a little sea salt, let the butter set. It's fancy pancy looking and tastes great.

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