Translation of radish in Spanish:

radish

rabanito, n.

Pronunciation /ˈradɪʃ//ˈrædɪʃ/

noun

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    rabanito masculine
    rábano masculine
    • The bacalhau is mixed with bits of parsley and cilantro (and too much potato, to my taste) and served with a colorful salad of radishes, blood oranges, and beets.
    • The broiled rouget (with daikon radish and crunchy yellow lentils) had a similarly monkish, almost dried-out quality.
    • But for the adventurous, it's served tender, prosciutto-thin, and heartily roasted with artichokes and radishes.
    • The package suggests using it to season pasta, rice and salads, but so far I have simply used it - and loved it - on raw crunchy veggies, carrots and radishes.
    • There are two important differences between this radish and the common red radish: all parts of the Japanese radish are edible - seeds, leaves, stems and of course, roots; and it is eaten cooked, not raw.
    • If it is a root crop like radishes, turnips, carrots or rutabaga; you will see the damage when you harvest.
    • One was the deep-fried strips of daikon radish that adorned the salad.
    • Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, onions, radishes and fruit can all produce excess gas.
    • Who wouldn't want to eat what's local when that includes almost anything you can think of, from sugar snap peas, green onions and radishes to the first beans, beets and zucchini.
    • Heat the oil and add the radish, carrot and potato.
    • The traditional start to an Azerbaijani meal is simplicity itself: fresh vegetables and herbs - radishes, spring onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, watercress, coriander, and so on.
    • Toss together radishes, lemon juice and oil.
    • We ate it with rice and a salad with radishes and cucumbers.
    • Load up as many sliced radishes, pickled jalapeños, onions, and piles of cilantro as you can handle from the fresh garnish bar and prepare to know what it means to be full, and fully flabbergasted.
    • Stir in tomatoes, cucumber, bell peppers, celery, onion, radishes, and cilantro.
    • Walking up the stairs, you will find that baskets of fresh garlic, pepper, onion, radishes and carrots have become the ornaments, which can easily be seen in restaurants in France.
    • Here in the States, we tend to relegate the poor things to the bottom of the salad bowl, but the French give radishes pride of place.
    • If the radishes or onions haven't quite opened up, then give them another slash or two.
    • The menu also offers 17 salads, all Bulgarian traditionals, with the most unusual being a salad of radish and carrot.
    • Dad enjoys salads, but they can't contain cucumbers or radishes.