VEGGIES: The “Quickle” aka Quick Pickled Radishes

Pickled Radishes

Let me start this by saying that I have never pickled anything. But I have great affection for pickles. The tangy sourness that pickles bring to the table is right up my alley.

I have always wanted to try to pickle cucumbers and other vegetables but it seemed a little too ambitious for me.  Who has that kind of time?! After watching several contestants on Food Network’s Chopped quick pickle various vegetables I decided to give it a try. A pickle in 30 minutes or less? I could do that!

I over planted radishes in the garden so I figured if the pickles didn’t turn out it wouldn’t be such a loss. Well….they came out perfectly and they added a nice tangy crunch to my spicy turkey lettuce wraps (recipe coming soon). And the pop of pink was a nice touch as well!

Ingredients:

Radishes, 6, thinly sliced

Trader Joe’s Rice Vinegar, ~1/4 cup

Sea Salt, 1 tablespoon

Trader Joe’s Organic Blue Agave Sweetener , 2 tablespoons

Directions:

1. Thinly slice the radishes and set aside.

2. Mix the vinegar, agave and sea salt in a bowl with a whisk.

3. Place the radishes in the bowl with the mixture and allow to sit for 20-30 minutes.

4. Serve immediately atop your favorite salad, sandwich, pasta dish or turkey lettuce wrap for a little extra crunch!

 

 

5 thoughts on “VEGGIES: The “Quickle” aka Quick Pickled Radishes

  1. Oh my goodness I’ve been looking for something to do with the multitude of radishes in the garden, besides just eating them! Am so happy I have all the necessary ingredients in my kitchen-hopefully will get a chance to make them today 🙂

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  2. Oh wow. I tried these. Very interesting. I didn’t like them on their own, really strong smelling, but once they were in a sandwich they were perfect! They were crunchy and pickly and awesome. Will definitely make these again, just will remember to close my nose :).

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