Storage: Store radish roots and greens separately. Radish greens are treated like mild mustard greens and make a great soup. Both roots and greens can be placed dry in storage bags in the fridge.
Uses: Radishes are a wonderful snack when raw, but they are also surprisingly good cooked. Mild radish flavor and a potato-like smoothness enhance soups. Radish leaves are good both raw in salads and cooked.
- Indian Radish with Chopped Radish Greens
- Kale Custard with Sautéed Radishes
- Orange & Radish Salad
- Radish Raita
- Radish Salad
- Ricotta-Spinach Dip
- Savoy Cabbage Slaw with Applesauce Vinaigrette and Mustard Seeds