BIG RED RADISH SALE. Pay only P340 for 4 kilos. (Before: P440. Save P100)
A special produce came to us today, grown by a lady farmer named Gelyn. It was her first time to grow these and even if it is rare to find, even here in Baguio, she has trouble selling them. RED RADISHES. Tell me if you can find it elsewhere, tell me if this is not special. We’ll include the tops because they are edible.
Here is what Google says you can do with Red Radishes:
The radishes are a versatile ingredient and can be sliced and displayed on vegetable platters, chopped and mixed into slaws, or sliced thin and used as a topping over tacos, layered into sandwiches, or sprinkled into pasta and pizza. Red radishes can also be incorporated into spring rolls, sliced thinly and served with butter and salt, or used as a crunchy element on avocado toast. In addition to fresh preparations, Red radishes develop a savory-sweet, peppery flavor when cooked and can be roasted, braised, grilled, sauteed, or steamed. Red radishes can be chopped into stir-fries, roasted as a vegetable side dish, cooked and pureed into a cream to serve under grilled meats, or mixed into soups and stews. The roots can also be pickled and used as a tangy, crunchy element in salads, noodle bowls, wraps, sandwiches, or slaws. Beyond the roots, Red radish greens can be lightly cooked and combined into quiches, casseroles, and gratins, blended into sauces such as pesto, sauteed as a green, or stirred into soups. Red radishes pair well with herbs such as parsley, tarragon, basil, oregano, and chives, citrus, cream-based sauces, mushrooms, kohlrabi, beets, cucumbers, asparagus, seafood, and meats such as beef, pork, and poultry. Whole, unwashed Red radishes will keep 1 to 2 weeks when stored in a plastic bag in the refrigerator’s crisper drawer.
It’s P340 for 4 kilos.
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