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How to Julienne Radishes


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Matchstick-cut radishes (also called a julienne) add texture and exclamation points of color to recipes like Baja Fried Fish Tacos. While a julienne may seem a little fussy for something as casual as a taco, it’s easier to do than it sounds. Simply slice the radishes into rounds about 1/8 inch thick, then stack or shingle them so that when you slice them into strips, you’re cutting more than once slice at a time.


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