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Radish salad from A Girl and Her Pig: Recipes and Stories by April Bloomfield

  • basil
  • Parmesan cheese
  • radishes
  • radish sprouts
  • Maldon salt

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  • TrishaCP on May 16, 2017

    Agree with all of the other raves- this is a delicious use of radishes. I used arugula instead of radish sprouts.

  • consortiumlibrary on July 05, 2016

    This refreshing salad is a wonderful complement to a hearty dinner. Use vegetable peeler to cut parm into slices. Cut radishes in wedges with one thinner edge - doing so helps flavors meld while scrunching the ingredients together.

  • westminstr on May 15, 2015

    This was a great way to use my garden radishes! Everyone liked it, will make again.

  • eliza on June 12, 2014

    This salad is fantastic! Earlier this spring, I saw some reviews for it, and I grew radishes in my garden so I could make it. I love salads of all kinds, and this could possibly be my favourite one ever. I can't wait for more radishes to get a little larger so I can make it again.

  • DKennedy on May 20, 2014

    Made this for dinner a few nights ago and this might just be my new favorite salad. Scrunching the radishes, basil, salt and parmesan together really makes the flavors marry. The creaminess of the parm coupled with the bitter greens and tangy lemon is sheer genius.

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