This Radish Salad Recipe was contributed by Eric from Stirling, Ontario, Canada.
WARNING::::::::::::::: don't leave this radish recipe in the fridge for more than 5 days or you will have developed a weapon of "mass" destruction.
"This simple salad recipe is another of my Grandmothers German vegetable recipes that she brought with her when she immigrated to Canada. Most people don't think that a radish can make a salad recipe by itself - but this vegetable salad recipe proves a radish is a lot more versatile than most people think."
1. Wash each radish, trim tops & bottom - slice paper thin
2. Soak them in salt water over night
3. Drain and pat dry with paper towels
4. Prepare the dressing recipe in a separate bowl
5. Add dressing, toss to mix and enjoy
This radish recipe is better the second day, when the flavours have been absorbed by the radish slices.
- that radishes have a lot of vitamin C, which helps our body's tissues to rebuild
- that radishes can help fight off cell damage which could cause cancer
- that a radish has fiber which can help ward off colon cancer, diabetes and heart disease
- that a radish contains very little calories or carbs.
- that a radish also contains Vitamin B & K
- that a radish has lots of minerals
- that radishes can also be cooked and eaten in soups, stews or casseroles, besides being eaten raw in salads.
Green Side Dishes: such as fresh Garden Salads
Cold Pasta : such as a Classic Macaroni
Fruits: such as a Berry Salad
Dips & Dressings for fruits
Fruit Parfaits are simply fruit & other ingredients served elegantly.
Vegetables: such as Marinated Vegetables
Home Made Dressings
Sandwiches: such as Egg Salad
Seafood Recipes such as the Neptune Salad
Tacos for your family or a large group.
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