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Radish Cucumber Salad

Hi All,

Such a refreshing gluten/dairy free radish cucumber salad! I love the little heat that the radish has to offer in this dish.

My son loves cucumbers and pickles, but I am still working on him with the radishes.

Disclaimer: These portions are all just a guess. I don’t like to measure when it comes to creating in the kitchen. Please just let this be a guide for your own creation…

Radish Cucumber Salad

  • WHISK into a glass bowl; 1 tbsp. garlic powder, 1 part lemon juice (or a little more), 3 parts EVOO2 tbsp. local honey, a big handful of fresh chopped flat leaf parsley, cracked black pepper and Himalayan salt.
  • SLICE 1 cucumber, 1 bundle radish, 1 small yellow bell pepper, and mix into the tupperware bowl with the dressing.
  • COVER and refrigerate for 2-4 hours or preferably overnight.
  • TASTE for seasoning and add more S/P if needed before serving.

I usually let it sit out for at least 15 minutes before serving because the EVOO gets a little solid when chilled.

There are so many ways to make a radish cucumber salad. I’ve left out the bell peppers and added grumbled smoked goat cheese. I also substituted the lemon for balsamic vinegar with the goat cheese version.

I love creating in the kitchen and using what I already have in my pantry/fridge!

Grateful Day – I am grateful for those in my life that appreciate food as much as I do. Everyone has there own likes/dislikes and every palate is so completely different! I appreciate when friends and family offer me feedback during a meal. Although I rarely get feedback I think it helps me grow! I’m always the first to say, “oh, I think next time I would add more or not add as much _______”.

Do you feel comfortable creating in the kitchen with what you already have in your panty/fridge?

Thank you for listening!


Integrative Wellness Community

2 thoughts on “Radish Cucumber Salad

  1. This looks so refreshing and delicious! Thank you. I do enjoy creating things with what I have available in my pantry. It is fun for me. It gets my brain going. If I see something I like at the store, I try to figure out how to make it from scratch, gluten free, and “healthier.” Thanks for the great post! Blessings.

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  2. Thank you! Good to hear that I have company with enjoying the creative process:) I do the same thing when I’m at the store. Sometimes, I will go to the freezer dept. in the grocery store to get some dinner ideas and then go grab what I need to re-create it.


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