7 Reviews

This is by far the best radish salad I ever had!!! I loved the cilantro matching with the radish. I made for just myself because I am the only one in my home the enjoys cilantro. I do wish I made the whole batch. I did serve over Simple Salad (Sangchu Kutjuri). Thanks Karen you are the best! Made for ZWT 6.

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Rita~ May 25, 2010

A new way to serve my favorite crunchy veggie. I used rice wine vinegar and added a few red pepper flakes. I liked the addition of the cilantro with the radishes. Will make again. Made for ZWT6~ Asia.

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Susie D May 30, 2010

Quick and delicious! This was a fun way to eat radishes. Thanks FT. Made for ZWT4 Family Picks.

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lazyme July 11, 2008

An easy crunchy salad. I don't really even like radishes, but I buy them every now and then because they are so purty. The soy and garlic in the marinade was a perfect flavor for me, without losing the radish crunch.

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realbirdlady July 03, 2008

I love radishes and this recipe takes them to a whole new level! I used half red and half white! This will be one of my spring tonic recipes for years to come! Great recipe FT! OOPS! forgot to say I used dry sherry.

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Chef Shadows June 11, 2008

this is a lovely quick salad to serve with an asian meal. it is crisp and refreshing and makes a lovely first course or side dish. i made this for zwt4.

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chia June 05, 2008

For one day, and one day only I stepped into the side of the garden, where the radishes grow as fast as daisies, and picked 15 large, crisp radishes. I mention "one day only" because I normally eat about 5 or 6 radishes right from the garden, (wash off in the outside faucet) whilst I am picking a weed or checking out the peas on the trellis. So instead of eating them, I saved them and cut some fresh cilantro and doused both with some fresh, sparkling ice water. Upon arrival back to the house I set about slicing the radishes thinly, snipped the cilantro, and set this mixture into the soy sauce, some rice wine vinegar and added the garlic granules. Marinaded overnight and had some first with my coffee. (Did I tell you I *love* radishes?) Then as a little side dish to soft scrambled eggs I put a bit of this mixture as a crisp side. I was just able to grab a fast photo, because all was gone, and now I must start all over again. Thanks FT! Loved this ........Made for *ZWT4* June 2008.

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm June 01, 2008
Chinese Quick Pickled Radish Salad With Garlic