[ US /ˈɹædɪʃ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈædɪʃ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈædɪʃ/ ]
- a cruciferous plant of the genus Raphanus having a pungent edible root
- pungent edible root of any of various cultivated radish plants
- Eurasian plant widely cultivated for its edible pungent root usually eaten raw
- pungent fleshy edible root
- radish of Japan with a long hard durable root eaten raw or cooked
How To Use radish In A Sentence
- Did you know that the green part of the horseradish plant was one of the five bitter herbs served on the traditional Passover seder plate during the reading of the Haggadah?
- The addition of the peppery radishes is a new twist on the classic idea of using baby turnips.
- Among the other foods used as a garnish are certain vegetables that give a contrast in color, such as pimiento, green peppers, radishes, and olives. Woman's Institute Library of Cookery Volume 4: Salads and Sandwiches; Cold and Frozen Desserts; Cakes, Cookies and Puddings; Pastries and Pies
- Cut all but the tiniest radishes in half and chuck them all in. Times, Sunday Times
- If I get through it all, I'll have time for a proper blog post, and if I don't, well, my mind will be in storyland while I'm chopping horseradish for winter and I won't have time to blog. Even in a little thing
- Seedlings of parsnip, carrot, beetroot and radish must fight off slugs, and weeds also need checking, hoeing them as they grow, to leave the pests nowhere to hide.
- Part of the German family of smooth, mild pork or pork-and-beef sausages, frankfurters have always been the food of the people, served with grated horseradish or mustard and eaten at street stalls throughout Germany and Austria.
- The radishes, beets, turnips, carrots and other root vegetables grown at the Student Organic Farm are direct seeded.
- In radishes, clubroot causes distorted swellings on the base of the bulb and along the tap root.
- Fresh horseradish should be peeled before grating. Times, Sunday Times