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    Can you freeze Radishes?? and

    glitter
    Fri Apr 16, 2004 12:19 pm
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    Can you freeze radishes???

    Also can you freeze green onions? I have frozen chives for baked potatoes in the winter months..similar, but green onions seem to have more water...wasn't sure if anyone tried and what the results are.
    Sue Lau
    Fri Apr 16, 2004 6:00 pm
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    I believe the radishes will turn clear on the white part (but not totally sure), and the green onions/scallions will do poorly on the dark green part where they will turn very dark and lose their crisp texture altogether.
    glitter
    Fri Apr 16, 2004 6:28 pm
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    Thnx..I just wasn't sure...in fact, just today I caught the food network channel and found out that you can saute radishes in butter with dill and chives and can't remember the whole thing would have to look it up...but that was a first for me....she said it was delicious. I was just wondering because I had alot of radishes left from Easter and I didn't wasnt them to go bad...maybe if I saute them and freeze them. Sound like E_X_P_E_R_I_M_E_N_T time!! My dh loves this. He never knows what to expect. thnx again!
    Iron Bloomers
    Sat Apr 17, 2004 7:26 am
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    hey glitter--some where--maybe Zaar I saw a radish relish.....

    IB.... icon_wink.gif
    ribbit!
    Sat Apr 17, 2004 11:52 am
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    If you're interested, there was a thread on radish recipes recently...

    Radish thread

    I also saw that show with the steamed radishes, and was thinking of trying it. I've only had radishes raw or pickled! Here's the recipe if you haven't already looked it up.

    Steamed Radishes with Lemon Dill Butter

    lynn
    glitter
    Sun Apr 18, 2004 8:48 pm
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    Thnx I will check these out...I just got back from a war gaming convention...I was gone all weekend. I am pretty tired. My husband was running an African Colonial Game...called Victoria's Secret.....everyone had a lot of fun! There were many that showed up. Plus I trekked around Long Grove shopping at all the wonderful artisian stores....right up my alley...wow...beautiful....and of course I never ever miss the Christmas house, or Apple Haus! glitter
    Kiss*My*Tiara
    Sun Apr 18, 2004 8:50 pm
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    Throw one in the freezer, then thaw it and see what happens.
    glitter
    Sun Apr 18, 2004 9:11 pm
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    Kiss~My~Tiara wrote:
    Throw one in the freezer, then thaw it and see what happens.


    You know .... my thought exactly. Now I am just plain curious. Or the other thing I thought was I just saw on the food network where they cooked them. I thought well ... If you cook them then they could easily be frozen..I think... I must try.... icon_biggrin.gif glitter
    Roosie
    Mon Apr 19, 2004 12:31 am
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    I've frozen green onions before- but mine may not have been a perfect experiement because the reason I froze them was because they were getting old and floppy.
    To my experience, they will not keep their crispness (the whites will be okay) but they're still good for using them for flavor. They would probably be less desirable as a condiment, though.
    glitter
    Mon Apr 19, 2004 11:54 am
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    Roosie wrote:
    I've frozen green onions before- but mine may not have been a perfect experiement because the reason I froze them was because they were getting old and floppy.
    To my experience, they will not keep their crispness (the whites will be okay) but they're still good for using them for flavor. They would probably be less desirable as a condiment, though.


    Thanks Roosie..I know I have frozen chives right out of the garden, but they are smaller and I can put them frozen right unto a potato...bingo, defrosted. This is usually my desperate approach to save as many chives as I can. My dh really loves all these herbs in the freezer...for me you can never have enough! icon_biggrin.gif I experiment so much pretty soon I'm going to grow hair like Einstien! icon_lol.gif Thnx again!
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