Radish Slaw with Dill


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We’re off to a Super Bowl potluck tonight, and I needed a dish to bring. So, my Radish Slaw will probably be the last choice among potluckers between the cheesy dips and other unhealthy but attractive items, but it’s what I’m bringing because it’s what I’m growing.

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Sooooo, our radishes were kind of forgotten about, and this is what happened. They turned into bulbous, ugly roots. There will be no blue ribbons for these babies, unfortunately.

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(What the….????)

But after peeling off the ugly exterior, the inner radish was still good enough for some slaw.


2 c shredded radishes
2 c red or yellow bell pepper
2 c shredded cabbage
1 c shredded carrot
1/2 c apple cider vinegar
1/8 c olive oil
4 t sugar
1 T chopped fresh dill
1/2 t fish sauce

I grated the radishes and carrots in a food processor, which made it slick and easy. Chop up the pepper and cabbage. Mix the other ingredients in a small bowl, and pour over the vegetables. Chop the dill, and add to the rest.

***Post-Super-Bowl update: Just a disclaimer, this recipe off-gasses majorly!! I don’t know if it’s the cabbage, or what, but by the end of the evening it smelled like kimchee. We drove home with the windows down after blaming the smell on the other passengers’ bodily odor. HOWEVER, it still tasted mighty fine. Just wanted to add this to say MAKE AT YOUR OWN RISK!

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