22 Reviews

Very good as it is, but because I've made this recipe before, I changed it up a bit...added sliced carrots to the radishes & onions. I also added crushed red pepper to play off the sweetness. Some oregano, dill seed and mustard seed to finish it off. We pack all veggies into a large jar then fill with the vinegar/spices mix.

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mama2chix March 10, 2009

My I borrow some of your pickled radishes? Why certainly! Everyday conversation, right? Surprisingly good.

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gailanng June 21, 2012

So pretty and so tasty! I've made these several times now and they never last long. Stinky, yes, but also delicious!

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hmay311 November 20, 2010

This definitely has a very pungent odor. The taste was good, just didn't care for the aroma. Made for Think Pink Game 2010.

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nemokitty October 11, 2010

I'm not a fan of radishes so I'm sure that's why I didn't care for this recipe. I think I ran out of rice vinegar and ended up using half rice vinegar and half regular. I'll give this a try again if I get more radishes from my CSA but it's not something I'll crave : )

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Krista Smith December 23, 2009

Really tasty, with a great fresh crunch. I used regular white vinegar, and it worked out great. Definitely need to eat it fast though, or the refrigerator gets quite the radish aroma!

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ErinCate November 30, 2008

sorry not my thing...sounded like it would really be good, but it doesent last long before being too pickled if you know what I mean....

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Rennug June 23, 2008

Thank heavens for you, Sharon. I planted radishes this year and am sure that EVERY seed that I planted germinated and grew into a radish. Other than giving bags away to the neighbors, make radish roses (which I don't do well) or having them with salads and dips, I thought I still probably end up throwing a large amount away. NOT NOW!!!!!! Your recipe it terrific!!!!!!! I made it two days ago, had it for dinner last night and not a single slice remains. Furthermore, my RFL (Reason for Living) has put in an order for more!! I have to say, however, that when we open the bowl, there was actually very little odor as described. Could it be that the radishes were right from the garden as opposed to bought??? Once again, THANKS A MILLION!!

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Upthecreek Paddles June 05, 2008

This was even better than I thought it would be. My 12 year old daughter (who doesn't like radishes by the way) decided to try one, because it was such a pretty pink. Her eyes grew wide and said "wow this is good". Thanks for a great way to use up all those readishes in the garden!

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Chef Carol Kay June 03, 2008

These were very good. However, I'm not allowed to eat them in the house! The first time I opened the jar, my DH in the other room almost died! That's OK - I just sneak outside whenever I want a taste. :)

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Feej February 13, 2008
Pickled Radishes