Radishes with Crispy Prosciutto
If we knew that radishes and prosciutto would taste this good together, we would’ve started making this side dish ages ago! Of course, we’re not surprised that prosciutto makes everything better (especially veggies!). Be sure to save your radish tops—they also make a great addition to this dish, especially when mixed with arugula or baby kale.
Easter Rainbow Salad
It's true: Radishes are usually pink on the outside and white on the inside. But it you want to add a little more flair to your salads, try using watermelon radishes, which are also streaked pink on the inside. Not only are watermelon radishes a gorgeous addition to your plate, but they're also a little milder in flavor than regular radishes. When thinly sliced, they're a beautiful addition to this lettuce, beet, and strawberry salad!
Gather up your garden veggies! This slaw recipe uses the extras from the summer growing season. Fresh radishes, cucumbers, and red sweet peppers all play a part in making this tangy summer side. Toss them all together with a homemade vinaigrette, and your summer picnic just got a whole lot tastier.
Roasted Radishes with Chive Vinaigrette
This recipe is all about the radishes! Roast them in the oven until they’re tender and delicious, then top them off with a tasty chive vinaigrette. No matter what time of year it is, this roasted radishes recipe will tempt even the pickiest eaters into going back for seconds.
As it turns out, you can make more than just hasselback potatoes and chicken—you can even make hasselback radishes! Cheese makes everything better, and radishes are no exception. Fill these roasted radishes with plenty of semisoft cheese and fresh herbs, and you’ll never want to eat radishes any other way again.
We’ve never seen radishes look quite as gorgeous as they do in this tasty breakfast radish recipe. Of course, the bright pink slices of this veggie make a stunning filling for a simple summer quiche (and they taste even better than they look!). A little bit of feta cheese and fresh dill helps highlight the radishes in this simply scrumptious recipe.
Chicken with Basil Sauce & Cucumber-Radish Salad
This radish salad goes great with a simple sautéed chicken breast, but once you taste it you’ll probably want to serve it alongside other meals. Cucumbers, radishes, and broccoli sprouts make a simple but super-tasty salad that can be served with almost anything. If you want to make just the salad for a potluck or picnic, double the recipe to feed everyone at your table.
Grilled Ginger Pork & Radish Skewers
Still need a few lighter lunch or appetizer options for your cookout? These pork and radish skewers are exactly what your barbecue has been missing. Since they only need a few minutes on the grill, you can easily serve them as a tasty appetizer to kick off your cookout in the most delicious way.
Radish Couscous with Pistachios and Mint
Radish salad recipes are always popular, but if you like your veggie sides to be a little bit heartier, try adding a healthy grain like couscous. This easy side is ready in just a half hour and combines fresh radishes, couscous, cucumber, and mint. Stir in the zesty homemade dressing, and this quick recipe just might replace pasta salad this summer.
We don’t call this recipe “triple-ruby” for nothing—fresh radishes, strawberries, and watermelon all come together to make this delicious summer condiment. The strawberries and watermelon make this recipe extra juicy, while the radishes give it a touch of spiciness and crunch. Bring a bowlful to your next summer barbecue or pack it into your picnic basket to give your meal a burst of fresh summer flavor.
Herb-Crusted Rack of Lamb with Roasted Radishes and Orange Vinaigrette
Radishes can play a role at dinner parties, too, especially when they’re served alongside this roasted rack of lamb. The next time you’re hosting friends or celebrating a special occasion, be sure to serve juicy roasted lamb with a side of roasted radishes. Radishes become mellower as they roast, making them a great supporting player in this special meal.
Radish and Cucumber Salad
Nothing says summer like cucumbers and radishes, which is why this tasty recipe is one of our summer potluck favorites. This is also a great recipe for radish-lovers because the radish tops are also folded into the salad (less food waste!). For an especially outstanding salad, use fresh cucumbers and radishes from your own garden or local farmers market.
Wheat Berry, Sugar Snap Pea, Radish, and Goat Cheese Salad
Try wheat berries (whole wheat kernels) as a tasty and healthy way to add grains to your meal. Toss in fresh radishes and sugar snap pea pods, and this recipe becomes a super-delish side or light lunch. For a little creaminess, be sure to top with a few crumbles of goat cheese before serving.
Ultrafresh and tangy are two words that come to mind whenever we think of this quick radish salad. Fresh parsley and mint help make this recipe pop, and red onion gives the radish mixture a tasty tang. We love eating this radish salad when it’s spread over flatbread or baguette slices, but you could also try it as a relish for a burger.
Curly Cukes and Radish Salad
It’s easy to mistake this bowl of veggies for an ice cream sundae, especially when there’s a radish “cherry” on top! To make this salad look unlike any other, thinly slice the radishes and cut the cucumbers into ribbons, and top with a whole radish. For those who like their salad a little spicy, a few slices of fresh jalapeño pepper bring a touch of heat—and you can easily add more for spice-lovers.
Get a healthy serving of fruits and veggies all in one salad with this quick and easy recipe. Fresh radishes, strawberries, and oranges might not seem like they belong together, but one bite will have you convinced otherwise. Serve on top of a bed of greens for a unique and yummy salad that will become your new go-to weeknight side.