Stir fry radish with minced beef, cucumber and cherry tomatoes.

Posted on 17. Jul, 2012 by in Beef, Meat meal, Radish, Vegetable meal

 

Hi, guys, welcome to visit my website today:) Do you like radish meal? Have you tried to cook it before? Do you know that radishes are a low calorie vegetable that have no fat or cholesterol. With very little sodium and no protein, radish nutrition facts reveal that the major nutrient contained in ½ cup of radishes is dietary fiber. With 2 grams of carbohydrates, however, one serving of radishes will keep you full of energy.

Now summer time, you don’t want to eat some greasy food, be sure to try this simple and healthy stir fry radish recipe:)

Ingredients:

  1. Radish (take half if it’s too much)
  2. Cucumber (same as above)
  3. Some cherry tomatoes
  4. A small amount of chopped garlic
  5. Green onion
  6. Salt & pepper
  7. Soya sauce

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6 Responses to “Stir fry radish with minced beef, cucumber and cherry tomatoes.”

  1. Mr Rabbit

    17. Jul, 2012

    I love my delicious radish!! ^_^

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  2. Robert

    17. Jul, 2012

    What has happened to you huge knife today? ;) Your videos make me soo hungry each time! What a pity, you do not have a worldwide delivery service! :) ) or do you??

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    • Maggie

      17. Jul, 2012

      Hehe…Last time a guest reminded me not to use the same knife for vegetables and meats, so today for vegetables, I use another knife :D I’m glad my video could make you hungry, hope in the future can make you starving! :D D…thanks for your support!

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  3. Kevink

    18. Jul, 2012

    Nice work again Maggie,

    Also just a clarification to anyone who might be confused by what Maggie’s calling a “radish”. That’s a daikon or known to the North American folks as a Chinese Radish. Which as you can imagine, is a lot different then the small red circular radish’s grown there.

    =3 That said this is one I’ll have to try out(, I may even add some peanuts or slivered almonds to add something extra too it.)

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    • Maggie

      18. Jul, 2012

      Thank you Kevink, that’s really helpful your tips. :) I always generally called all of them Radish :D I will be careful more next time about the name! :) ) In fact, about the cutting board remind is really good and important!! Thx a lot Kevink!!

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