This simple, flavorful braise yields luscious, tender radishes. Their peppery-sweet taste is offset by tangy cider vinegar, rich butter, and just a pinch of sugar. They’re a delicious accompaniment to roast pork or chicken.
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Delightful! Nice way for a "different" vegetable!
These were delicious. What a surprise! I had no idea how sweet and mellow radishes become when cooked. I'm eager to try the rest of the recipes from this article.
We tried each of the cooked radish recipes and loved every one of them. It was a pleasant surprise to learn radishes have a completely different taste when cooked than when eaten raw. Highly recommend any of these recipes as a side dish. However, I would suggest not telling your guests what they are until after they have tried them. Their preconceived notion of what radishes taste like may turn them away from trying this new dish.
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