Growing radish in your own garden is very rewarding, especially since it only takes 3-5 weeks before you can harvest them. Often then you have loads of radish if you sew some seeds. But no worry. We have a pickled radish recipe you can use to preserve them. It’s one of the easiest ways to preserve them.
How to make pickled radish:
Need I mention that pickled radish in glass jars, makes for beautiful displays on a pantry shelf. Enjoy.
Pickled radishes are delicious on tacos, burgers, and as salads (on their own or mixed with other ingredients like carrots or cucumber). You can make a quick and easy side ‘salad’ for your favorite dish by mixing your thinly sliced radish with 2 tbsp red wine vinegar and 2 tbsp castor sugar. Leave to stand for about 20 minutes. Then serve.
Did you know: Radishes came from China. According to Harvesting History.com “Radishes originated in China, and in China, today, truly wild forms of the radish can still be found.”