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Radish Tomato Salad with Celery Leaves and Walnuts

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Light, fresh, and is the recipe for radish salad, a simple summer treat that requires minimum preparation. Daikon radish has a mild flavour and adds great texture and crunch to a salad.You can also add some mango or stone fruit to make this salad fruity and sweet.

  • 300 g White radish, peeled and thinly sliced
  • Celery leaves
  • 1 tbsp Parsley, finely chopped
  • 300 g Tomatoes
  • 2 tbsp Walnut oil
  • 1 tbsp Apple cider vinegar
  • Walnuts or sesame seeds, toasted
  • Salt and pepper
  1. Peel the radish and slice it into thin even disks. Place them in a bowl and toss with salt and wait 20 minutes. Press out excess water.
  2. Place celery leaves on serving plates. Rinse and dry the tomatoes. Cut them into slices too.
  3. Arrange the slices of radish and tomato in overlapping concentric circles on the celery leaves.
  4. Combine walnut oil and apple cider vinegar together and season with salt and pepper. Drizzle the salad with the dressing. Crumble the toasted walnuts over. | © 2019 | | © 2019 |


Kankana Saxena 25/7/19 06:49

That's a great summer salad! I make something similar but with pink radish.

Izaa 25/7/19 08:19

delicious looks !! I really like this salad

Natalia 25/7/19 09:48

Oh yum, that is so perfect for Summer! And so healthy, salads are the best☺

Evelyne CulturEatz 25/7/19 14:57

Oh nice to see a rcipe with Daikon! Very clever getting the cherry tomoatoes for the look. An rare to see a celery leaf in a salad. Diferrent and refreshing.

Jean | 25/7/19 15:31

Angie, thank you for reminding me of daikon radishes! I love them, but haven't had one in ages. I'm growing tomatoes and parsley this year, so I just need to pick up the radish and celery.

Kitchen Riffs 25/7/19 15:51

What a wonderful salad! Radishes and celery leaves both aren't used in salads enough. And here they are together! Very creative -- thanks.

Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 25/7/19 19:12

This salad is the epitome of summer!! I love how light and fresh it is, but you really packed it with different textures and flavors - which I absolutely LOVE!!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 25/7/19 20:26

I can't wait for my tomatoes to ripen to try this! They are taking so long to get ripe this year with the wet, cool spring that we had :( I love the use of celery leaves in this salad too. Winner!

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 25/7/19 23:26

I love crunchy radishes and so delicious paired with summer tomatoes! What a terrific salad.

Gloria Baker 26/7/19 02:15

looks absolutely beautiful ANgie ! xo

Nancy Chan 26/7/19 09:53

Sounds yummy but I have not tried raw radish.

2pots2cook 26/7/19 11:06

Terrific one; ideal for awful heat over here !

Ashley@CookNourishBliss 26/7/19 14:31

I cannot get enough of salads right now with the hot weather! This looks wonderful!

Juliana 26/7/19 21:32

This is such a great idea Angie to use daikon for salad...especially paired with tomatoes, great summer salad. Thanks for the recipe.
Have a wonderful weekend!

Reeni 27/7/19 01:54

Another gorgeous salad Angie! Healthy and delicious. Tomatoes are so perfect right now!

Dani Elis 27/7/19 02:09

YUM! I can't wait for tomatoes to come back into season for us :)

Jeff the Chef 27/7/19 15:56

You never fail to post the most interesting recipes. I love the way you've plated this salad.

mjskit 28/7/19 01:59

What a light summer salad! Love that you made the daikon a primary ingredient instead of just trimming, but then I am a huge radish fan. :)

Evi Erlinda 28/7/19 09:41

Yummy and fresh radish salad.
Love it.

Eva Taylor 28/7/19 12:02

I adore radishes so I know I’d love this summery salad.

Anca 28/7/19 12:11

This salad looks so fresh and I think it is very tasty as well. x

mary anderson 28/7/19 14:02

I think I have found my Sunday meal.Thank you..I have the devotion tomato salad

Tanza Erlambang 28/7/19 16:38

tomatoes is the most favorite it....yummy

foodtravelandwine 28/7/19 17:48

I have never used celery leaves in a salad....what a great idea!!....tasty and healthy!!!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

Emma @ Bake Then Eat 29/7/19 05:19

Another wonderful salad Angie!

Easyfoodsmith 29/7/19 07:29

That's a lovely crunchy munchy salad!

All That I'm Eating 29/7/19 10:58

That would have convinced me it was mozzarella rather than radish! What a great idea, I'd like to try this as a side at a BBQ, I bet it would be great.

Evi 29/7/19 12:33

I love everything about this salad, looks so delish!

Balvinder 29/7/19 16:32

Love salads! This looks absolutely gorgeous!

Rosita Vargas 30/7/19 03:02

Luce muy buena su ensalada con variedad y calidad me encanta,abrazos.

Choclette 30/7/19 16:02

That looks lovely and so fresh. I really like daikon, but never think to make a salad out of it. I've been eating a bit too much junk recently, so I feel this is just what I need.

tigerfish 30/7/19 16:26

I'll save some daikon and try them raw in salads next time, before the entire daikon ends up in soups or another cooked dish. :)

judee 30/7/19 20:44

Such a beautiful, creative, and healthy salad. Just lovely Angie

Vicki Bensinger 31/7/19 00:01

What a beautiful dish. I love radishes and enjoy them solely on their own. I think they can make any dish sensational!

Noob Cook 31/7/19 07:30

There's nothing better than a light & refreshing salad like this one in summer! It's a nice use of celery leaves which normally gets discarded.

Valentina 31/7/19 20:22

What a beautiful and refreshing salad for summer. Daikons are my favorite radish! Love it. ~Valentina

Amina 2/8/19 10:08

Healthy and delicious salad....

Amy (Savory Moments) 6/8/19 19:09

I love that you made radishes and celery leaves the stars of this salad -- two underutilized vegetables!

Catherine 7/8/19 23:25

Such a delicious salad to enjoy with dinner. I love celery leaves and always use them. xoxo Catherine

Pam 8/8/19 17:15

It looks beautiful and delicious!

pankti 10/8/19 12:06

Such fresh and vibrant looking salad!!


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