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Watermelon radishes can be served fresh or cooked hot or cold.


Cooking the Watermelon radish will enhance its natural sweetness and temper some of the spice. Sliced thin they are perfect for showcasing their vibrant color in salads atop sandwiches or alongside sushi.


This variety is also popularly sliced and pickled then utilized as a colorful condiment. Sliced or chopped radishes can also be added to soups and stir-fries.


The greens of the radish additionally can be used and are popularly added to soups stews and stir-fries.


Watermelon radishes pair well with fennel apple cheeses such as feta and chèvre butter cream-based dressings vinaigrettes bacon white fish cucumbers mild salad greens cooked eggs noodles such as soba and udon citrus cilantro mint and tarragon.


 Nutritional Value: The Watermelon radish both the root and the greens provide an excellent source of vitamin C particularly when eaten raw.

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