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Family food - midweek meal inspiration, lunchbox tips, party food and more
Scrub, top and tail, eat them while watching a DVD with your feet up.No?In a salad obviously, erm, I think I put some in a stir fry once.....I bet there's someone on the web that uses them to make their own horlicks or something.
They are nice in coleslaw, giving a peppery tang, good ins stir fries, I like them plain with a little salt sprinkled. Or use an cheap, organic love eggs.
juggle them<channels Rhubarb>
Feed'em to Rupert the bull over the fence. That is what I did yesterday. He liked them!
Put a small knob of butter on each one as you crunch them in front of the telly.
Yes, butter, and a little sprinkle of salt. Yum.
Slice them really thinly and make toast, slather with butter (not margarine) and cover with the radishes. Liberally sprinkle with salt and pepper and eat.Or grate them and mix with tuna mayonaise for sandwiches
You can fry slice them very thinly, fry them for a couple of minutes and then braise them with peas and a little garlic. You can also add some chopped lettuce leaves and treat them like spinach. make a delicious radish, tomato and cucumber salad, dress with mayo and black pepper. dice finely amd mix with cheese savoury for sandwiches or baked potatoes. add to coleslaw.I love radishes!
Do a Luna Lovegood and wear them in your ears.Otherwise top and tail, get yourself a bowlful plus some Maldon salt and munch them whilst MNing.
feed them to your hamster. oh no! hammy hates them too....best compost them then.
Oh no, you don't have to add fat. You can just eat them as is. I like picking them from the garden in summer and just munching them. Crunchy, nippy and delicious.
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