Blood Orange and Radish Salad

Blood Orange Radish Salad | Wheat-Free Meat-Free

A light refreshing salad of blood oranges and radishes. I didn’t know how much longer the grocery store would be carrying the blood oranges, so I made sure to grab some while they were still around. Mike was not sure about this salad at first, but he’s a good sport and tried it anyway. Blood oranges and honey are enough to conquer any radish phobias.

Blood Orange and Radish Salad

  • 2 blood oranges, supremed
  • 4 radishes, thinly sliced
  • 1 tablespoon hazelnuts, roughly chopped
  • honey, for drizzling
  1. Split orange and radish slices evenly between two plates. Top with the hazelnuts and a drizzle of honey. Serve.

Serves 2

Trying to supreme the orange takes a little practice (which unfortunately you won’t get much of in this recipe since there’s only two oranges.) As you can see, I’m not very skilled myself. I lost quite a bit of orange there. But, you do end up with lovely orange segments and no bitter pith.

This recipe is being shared in Weekend Herb Blogging, hosted by Cafe Lynnylu.

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  1. Beautiful plating on those pretty black plates. I am not a great fan of radishes, so this dish is for me.

  2. Thank you Simona. The sweetness from the honey and oranges balances the heat from the radishes really well.

  3. This is SO pretty. Sounds lovely too!

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