By chia on April 13, 2004
Photo by Rita~
Photo by Rita~
"for all you radish growers- i haven't tried this one yet."
Serving Size: 1 (108 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"I have to admit that radishes are far from my favorite veggie. I planted them in my garden anyway, and then had the dilemma of what to do with them when they were ready. Enter creamy radish slaw recipe. It's awesome! Even being a radish non-lover, I thoroughly enjoyed this dish! the recipe says to serve immediately, but I thought it was 10 times better after it had sit in the fridge for a day or two. I used plain greek yogurt instead of mayo to make it a little more healthy and I probably used a bit more dill than what the recipe called for. I also omitted the peppers and used a few more carrots. What a great way to use a bounty of radishes!"
"Zingy and delicious"
"This was wonderful. Quick and easy and helped me use up the tons of radishes from my garden. I love the zip of the radishes with the carrots."
"Excellent! Very easy to make, and can be made hours before serving - it surprisingly retains the freshness. Thanks a lot chia."
"I saw Rita's picture, and had to try this recipe. I wasn't too sure if I would like the taste, but we enjoyed it very much. The radishes give this slaw a nice zing! I used a mix of yellow/green/red peppers. Next time I may add some sunflower nuts or raisins. Thanks!"
"Very, very, very good! Crunchy, tangy, and zesty. Not to mention healthy! I reduced the amounts to feed only my partner and I, but this would be a good summertime salad to share with others."
"A beautiful, light, refreshing salad, and a great way to get radishes, which are soooo good for us, into our diet. Somehow, we never just whip out some radishes and say, "Yum! What a treat!" This makes it all go down so nicely! Thanks!"
"This was a really different way to have coleslaw and radishes! Since I don't have my food processor yet, I used my pampered chef chopper to chop the radishes and carrots as finely as I could. I also used a mixture of mixed chopped peppers (green, red, yellow and orange) that I got in pkg in the produce dept which made the slaw extremely colorful. I made the dressing exactly to directions, but added alot more fresh dill because we like it. This was really good, but even better the next day since the flavors had time to absorb. I omitted the salt and dh's only complaint was that it needed it! LOL I told him he can add it himself because I never add salt to anything. I think this salad is much better done ahead of time so the flavors can blend. I prepared it right before dinner, so next time, I will make it in the morning or the night before. This is a keeper!"
"This was a delightful, and different coleslaw salad, that went perfectly with your Honey Maple chops, it has a wonderful blend of flavors. The next time however, I made it, I will cut down the dill by half...otherwise it was delicious, and I will be making it again...thanks Chia for posting...KC :-)"
"Chia, this is good you should give it a try. I don`t think the picture will show how festive this looked. Between the red, white, yellow, and orange is very colorful. I placed it on the leaves from the radishes to give a nice contrast of colors. The dill was a great choice to go with the radishes. I cut the recipe down the radishes, pepper, and carrot cut down to just a fourth and the dressing to half. That was a big mistake because we where looking to have more. Great blend of everything.Thanks for posting this.Yummy!"