Indian Style Radish and Peanut Salad is a great dish to serve as a salad or a side dish for any Indian meal. Crispy, spicy radishes and crunchy peanuts with the tangy warm lemon dressing – every ingredient works well with the other.
Radishes are delicious as an addition to a salad. A little peppery and crispy. Delicious because this vegetable can just put that extra accent. And what I also think is a great way to enjoy them is to dip them in salt. Then it becomes a delicious snack. Nice for Sunday and healthy too.
Brighten a winter meal with this stunning spinach and radish salad topped with barley and feta and tossed in a lemon dressing.
Inspired in Spain, this radish and herb salad is best served atop toast with smoked salmon, prosciutto or salty cheeses.
Bright and spicy flavors fill a simple pasta dish wrapped together with creamy labneh and parmesan cheese.
Drizzled with brown butter after being grilled to perfection, radishes take on a whole new flavor profile that is easy achieve without turning on the oven.
Owner of a trout farm, Sally knows the best way to serve smoked trout. Try this radish and mixed greens salad with a crème fraîche and horseradish dressing.
A simple vinaigrette spice with Dijon mustard and made creamy with tahini can make any salad or dish special. Get creative with mustard.
Spring flavors are light, fresh and simple. Showcase that in this green salad dressed in a bold, flavorful vinaigrette that complements the season.
Pico de gallo, tangy quick-pickled radishes, and grilled tofu with cumin makes for a flavorful vegetarian bite that is perfect for get-togethers.
Roasted asparagus and radishes with a mint-pea pesto is a beautiful way to highlight spring produce. This simple side dish is sure to impress.
A delicate salad that is ideal for using up thinned greens. Let the crunchy radishes with a drizzle of avocado-shallot dressing steal the show.
A fun take on a caesar salad with bright radishes, creamy avocados, a deliciously messy egg and a dairy-free almond dressing for the perfect zing of flavor.
A simply dressed plate of olive oil, lemon juice, and chives, with a fine addition subtly sweet onion to pair with the peppery radish and buttery burrata.
Roasted radishes, where have you been? These spicy little guys turn sweet when roasted and are quite the tasty pair with gorgonzola.
These tartines are a delicious, spicy snack. Try adding cheese to the butter and parsley for a creamier toast.
Flecked with peppery mustard cress, this colorful salad is healthy, but still satisfying. Risoni makes the salad a main course and a filling lunch option.
This quinoa has it all. Cherry tomatoes, apples, cannelloni beans, and fresh radishes with a dijon dressing. Add herbed sausage and this salad can easily become a main.
This is an easy, yet filling spring appetizer or light lunch or dinner.
A no-fuss, shaved summer salad, perfect for a backyard barbecue or a rooftop potluck.
Do you trash the greens of the root vegetable Radish? Then, this dish is for you.
The stinky radish, Sia Krisha’s nemesis while growing up, never smelled and tasted this good before.
Bulgur is both delicious, healthy and very easy to prepare. Tamara Novacoviç with a fresh spring salad full of vitamins.