Holy Radishes, Batman! (an appeal to you foodies!)

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Okay, so…back in October I planted a couple of different types of radishes. I had lots of space since there aren’t a lot of cool weather crops to choose from so I thought “What the heck, I’ll just plant the whole seed package”.
Well, now I have WAY too many radishes! This is about 1/5 of what I have growing right now and I am giving them out to neighbors!
So, I throw out an appeal to my foodie readers: 
What do I do with all these radishes?
There are only so many salads a girl can eat!

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  1. ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com says
    I'm not a fan of them raw but I love them sauteed up like home fries.

    http://ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com/2010/03/radish-hashbrowns.html

    Enjoy!

    -heather
  2. Aleksandra Nearing says
    YUM! I eat them raw as a snack at work :) Or include in sandwiches or make a creamy dip.
  3. thanks for the suggestions! Aleksandra, can you make them INTO a dip or you make a dip to dip them into? I have sliced thin and put on garlic/parmesian toasts for a bit of a kick. I have SO many more out in the garden!
  4. There are radish chips with seasoning: http://www.simplecomfortfood.com/2011/05/18/radish-chips/ or cinnamon sugar radish chips: http://pinchofyum.com/cinnamon-sugar-radish-chips or 10 tasty radish recipes: http://dancinggecko.wordpress.com/2009/03/21/10-tasty-radish-recipes/
    Good luck! Traci, BurntApple.com
  5. thank you thank you! With all the rain and warm weather we are having this week I will surely have more radishes coming...and I still have this batch to use up!
  6. i know this was first posted back in January of last year, but i thought i'd still post a reply in case you get tons more every year. you can pickle them (vinegar and sugar in about equal amounts, little salt) in glass jar with the turnips sliced/julienned. Overnight is good enough...so crunchy and sweet/tangy/sour depending on your tastes. look up 'turnip' as well as 'daikon' for asian recipes on what to do with them.

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