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Middle Eastern Style Pickled Radish Recipe

The first time I had Lebanese food was well after the first time I’d eaten Moroccan food. Shockingly there wasn’t a lot Middle Eastern fare in the rural upper Midwest.

Surprising right?

I can remember one of the first meals I did have and my favorite part was the condiments. This is not a surprise to anyone that knows me. I LOVE all the little bobs and bits, side dishes and condiments that go with a meal. If you want an easy Arabic recipe, then just pull together all kinds of those little bits for a mezze feast – I’ve certainly been known to make a meal just of those items!

It’s a little harder to find this type of thing now, while we do have some pickled vegetables in Morocco it’s not the same flavor. Vinegar is used but only marginally and things tend to have a more sweet taste than tart – and I LOVE sharp, tart pickled vegetables.

This is a simple condiment you can make that can jazz up any sandwich like my ma’akouda or sardine meatball sandwich. Or you can use it in my Moroccan buddha bowls.

Really there’s loads of ways to use them!

The best part is they’re a quick pickle – ready to use in just 6 hours.

Middle Eastern Style Pickled Radish
Yield: 1 jar

Middle Eastern Style Pickled Radish

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 6 hours
Total Time: 6 hours 10 minutes

A very simple quick pickled radish that makes a great condiment for sandwiches.

Ingredients

  • 1 bunch (appx 10-12) of radishes
  • 1 cup - 250 ml white vinegar
  • 1/4 cup - 25 g onion, sliced
  • 2 tablespoons brown cane sugar
  • 3 dried bay leaves
  • 4 whole peeled garlic
  • 1 375 ml jar

Instructions

Wash radishes, cut the green out (you can make a salad with them) them cut radishes in thin rings using a knife or a mandolin. You want them to be as uniform in size as possible.

Pour white vinegar with sugar in a bowl. Mix until sugar dissolve.

In a clean jar, add radish, garlic and bay leaves.

Close the jar and give it a good shake to make sure everything is incorporated.

Store in the refrigerator until ready to use.

Radishes are ready to use after 6 hours.

Notes

White sugar will also work for this recipe.

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