I saw some lovely radishes when I went to the store today. I haven't had radishes in YEARS! I got them and brought them home. I washed and boiled the greens on them. When I weighed them and logged the calories as "greens, no fat added during cooking" they came out to 13 calories. Yes that's it! Yay! And I got the great nutrition of eating a leafy green vegetable.
I added about 3 of the radishes thinly sliced to my tuna sandwich this afternoon. That was good!
The rest I roasted. I chopped them up, coated them with one teaspoon of olive oil, dash of salt, and baked at 350 F for about 30 minutes. They were wonderful!
I think radishes are one of my new favorite foods.
I love red radishes! Especially the big ones. I eat them plain! I never ate the green part though. What does it taste like?
Do you eat turnips? It taste like a potato and radish all in one to me. I have made french fries, hash browns and used them for roasted "potatoes". I will have to try roasted radish!
You can't beat the cals/macros if you love them both like I do!
116 grams - 1 cup cubed
# Calories: 19
# Protein: 0.79 g
# Carbohydrates: 3.94 g
# Fiber: 1.9 g
# Sugars: 2.46 g
# Total Fat: 0.12 g
130 grams - 1 cup cubed
# Calories: 36
# Protein: 1.17 g
# Carbohydrates: 8.36 g
# Fiber: 2.3 g
# Sugars: 4.94 g
# Total Fat: 0.13 g
The greens I had tasted good, not too bitter. I tried turnips for the first time recently too and I agree that they are very good. What I did was peel them, chop them up, and cook them with some white potato.
I have never even tasted radishes, although they are readily available in every vegetable shop I have looked in! Can you use them as a veg for dinner time?
Mary, radishes tend to be spicy. They're good thinly sliced as a garnish for pretty much everything. Personally I like eating them whole, but not too many (maybe three or four) at a sitting.
I love radishes as well! I throw them into homemade soup as an alternative to potatoes, and they are lovely that way.
I'm going to have to try making soup with them. :)
Radishes... one of the Top 20 high potassium foods that are low in calories!
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