This is a easy, wonderful, light yet filling meal with turkey or beef, rice and fresh veggies! Fun to eat! You will need at least eight 10-inch bamboo skewers for cooking the meat.
This is a recipe I learned from my Middle Eastern husband. It is a delicious way to get those very valuable brightly-colored veggies, and at the same time have a little fun. This side salad goes nicely with any main dish.
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This is an easy recipe that uses an unlikely part of a vegetable we love to eat. It's thick and rich, and so hearty. I recommend eating it with a loaf of crusty bread!
This spicy radish dip is loved by all and so easy to make. Adjust the amounts of radish and garlic to suit your taste. Serve with crackers or vegetables.
One of my favorites! Goes great with barbecues and picnics. For a more mild salad, use less green onions.
This is a simple and flavorful recipe I have been using for over twenty years. I've passed it to my daughters and son who have passed it on to their friends.
Even if you're not a fan of radishes, TRY THIS! When steamed, the radishes are tender and sweet..... delicious!
This recipe was my beloved late mother-in-law's always requested salad. It is deceptively easy and I still prepare it for my children and family. A few of the ingredients include radishes, green onions, celery and a bit of mayonnaise.
This is a refreshing salad using all different kinds of vegetables. You can use whatever you like, but the main things that makes it good are the tomatoes and cucumbers. It is much like an Israeli salad. The homemade dressing is very good on it, but so is just plain olive oil.
Looking for a recipe to use radishes from my garden, I came across this salad at a local restaurant. It's so good, I had to share.