Nothing feels more relaxed and leisurely than a lazy Sunday brunch. Every week we share great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers across the web and this week we're celebrating the spring radish with 18 radish recipes.

18 Spring Radish Recipes | Food bloggers of Canada

Radishes are one of life's simple pleasures.  Enjoy the flavours by simply taking a raw radish and sprinkling it with salt or topping it with a dot of really good butter and pop it in your mouth.  But this time of year, radishes are one of the first crops ready from the garden so why not make the most of them by trying them in different recipes?  Some can pack some heat while others have a milder flavour.  Either way, they can add some delicious flavour to your dish and they're a treat when roasted.

And don't forget to try different kinds of radish - everything from the common red radish to the stunningly pretty Watermelon radish to the fun to spiralize Daikon radish that often accompanies your takeout sushi order!

10 Spring Radish Recipes

By Food Bloggers of Canada

  • Braised Lentils with Radishes, Fava Beans & Mint

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    French inspired **[Braised Lentils with Radishes, Fava Beans & Mint](** make for a hearty spring meal but don't be fooled - it's a very easy dish to pull together.  From **Yummy Beet**.

  • Fish Tortillas with Radish Salsa

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    A fresh, citrus-y fish tortilla is a perfect outdoor meal.  These **[Fish Tortillas are topped with a Radish Salsa and Citrus Vanilla Gastrique](** are all sitting on a patio (waves lapping at a beach are optional.  From **CulturEatz**,

  • Sea Salt Focaccia with Radish Ramp Butter

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Radishes and ramps make this **[Sea Salt Focaccia with Radish Ramp Butter](** exude spring.  Not to mention it's beautiful! From **Simple Bites**.

  • Radish Top Pesto

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Don't for get the radish tops! Whip up a quick **[Radish Top Pesto](** that you can add to a quick spring pasta dish or spread on crostini for a snack.  From **Less With Bread**.

  • Roasted Radish Risotto

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    **[Roasted Radish Risotto](** was a new idea to us so we had to feature this unique twist on a spring risotto that is so pretty.  From **Swirls and Spice**.

  • Carrot and Radish Slaw with Pistachios and Raisins

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    A different take on cole slaw.  Add **[Carrot and Radish Slaw (with Pistachios and Raisins)](** to your next BBQ menu! From **Salt & Serenity**.

  • Spiralized Miso Soup

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Both Daikon Radish and Watermelon Radish are used to make this veggie packed **[Spiralized Miso Soup](**.  From **Eat Spin Run Repeat**.

  • Grilled Radishes with Creamy Dip

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    An alternative to roasting radishes is to try grilling them! And then serve your **[Grilled Radishes with Creamy Dip](** for a great appetizer idea. From **Pickles and Potstickers**.

  • Arugula, Pear and Watermelon Radish Salad

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Watermelon radishes are so pretty  that they really star in this **[Arugula, Pear and Watermelon Radish Salad](**.  From **Sugar Love Spices**.

  • Pork Neck Steaks With Roasted Radishes

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Take dinner up a notch with these **[Pork Steaks with Sage Brown Butter and Radishes](**.  From **Diversivore**.

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