By Freya Bellin
There are certain vegetables that, when very fresh, require little actual “cooking” to make a great bite. Radishes, thanks to a natural spiciness, are one of those vegetables. Rather than relegating these little root veggies to garnishes or salad mix-ins, try this simple recipe. Radishes are crisp and refreshing on their own, and even more so when deeply chilled. Dipping them in good olive oil and coarse salt adds just the right amount of richness and seasoning to make a nice appetizer or snack. Try experimenting with flavored salts for more variety. Recipe from The Food Matters Cookbook.