Definition of radish
: the pungent usually crisp root of a widely cultivated Eurasian plant (Raphanus sativus) of the mustard family usually eaten raw; also : a plant that produces radishes
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Vigneron updates white miso black cod with a dashi broth that includes bobbing flecks of watermelon radish.
Volunteers gather radishes from Homestead Hospital’s garden.
Chop and stir together salad olives, ripe olives, radishes, pecans and green onions. 2.
For instance, a breakfast menu for Monday calls for sliced oranges; grits with milk or cream; fried croakers; broiled spring chicken; potato croquettes; radishes; watercress; batter cakes with butter and syrup; and cafe au lait.
There are also simple dishes like vegetables with semolina —vividly colored carrots, root beets, and radishes set among a plate of grains.
The takeout menu shows the signature sticky and crunchy fried chicken, available in spicy or soy garlic flavors, served with complimentary sides of pickled daikon radish.
The standard varieties are made from napa cabbage or large Korean radish, but there are lots of other types, including kimchi made from cucumber, onions and leafy greens.
Papery nori gets wrapped tightly around chopped, blanched asparagus, sticky rice, daikon radish, shredded carrot, sesame seeds, scallion and cream cheese — creating colorful little pinwheels.
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RADISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of radish for English Language Learners
: a small, round vegetable that is red or white, is eaten raw in salads, and has a sharp spicy taste; also : the plant that produces this vegetable
RADISH Defined for Kids
Definition of radish for Students
: a small roundish crisp root that has a sharp flavor and is usually eaten raw as a vegetable
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