Our Garden 2015- Radish Harvest

Our Garden 2015-Update Radishes

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We harvested some beautiful radishes yesterday and I just wanted to share the bounty with all of you.  The ones on the left are French Breakfast Radishes; they are about 3 inches long, tri-colored, mild in flavor, and have a creamy interior.  The ones on the right are Cherry Belle Radishes; traditional looking radish, sharp flavor, and they also have a creamy interior.

These radishes are from the heirloom seed collection that we purchased earlier this summer.  Mark and Danielle built more garden beds and sowed these seeds on 8 August, you can read about it here in my last Garden Update post.  After I took this photo, we washed off a few of these babies and munched them with some delicious whole wheat bread. Enjoy!

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9 thoughts on “Our Garden 2015- Radish Harvest

  1. Sorry for late response. This is actually a asian cuisine recipe.
    You will need
    Thinly sliced radish 2
    Sliced small onion 1
    Green chili 2-3
    Fennel seed 1/4 tsp
    Turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
    Chili powder 1/2 tsp
    Cumin powder 1 tsp
    Salt to taste
    Oil 1 tbsp
    Mustard 1/8 tsp
    Thick Coconut milk 1 cup
    Thin coconut milk 1 cup
    Curry leaves 2-3

    In a pan add oil and mustard, then add small amount of sliced onion and curry leaves ,temper until it turns golden Brown. Then add the spices , salt, fennel seed and radish. Mix well and cook for 5 mints. Now add the thin coconut milk and cover with a lid, let it cook for 10-15 minutes until wel cooked. Finally add the thick milk and bring to a boil and turn off the flame.
    If u want u can reduce the milk amount.
    As per ur taste u can adjust chili and cumin powder.

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