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Today’s radish salad recipe is brought to you by my oven. You’re probably asking, What?! No, of course I didn’t make it in the oven. Instead, I came up with this recipe when my oven sent me the following figurative letter. 😉
It’s me, your double oven. What made you think that it was a good idea to run me for multiple hours on a hot July day? I don’t care that it’s zucchini season and you have a recipe for zucchini chips planned in a few weeks. The heat of summer is in full force, and I don’t appreciate getting this kind of workout right now!
What were you thinking?
I hate to say it, but it was time for me to put you in your place. Yes, that means I interrupted your recipe yesterday and shut off with no warning whatsoever – that is, aside from a loud beeping sound that wouldn’t stop until you cut the power. I had to make sure you knew how mad I was!
I hope you enjoy your next few weeks without me, because my broken control panel is discontinued and will have to be mailed in for custom soldering repair. Doesn’t that sound like fun? Bwahahahaha.
Sending not-so-warm regards,
Your Broken Oven
Yep, my oven gave out yesterday. Looks like it’s just the stove and no-bake recipes for me for the next few weeks!
Fortunately, I’m loving summer salads right now. Like this easy radish salad recipe with sugar snap peas and sour cream dill dressing.
Even if your oven isn’t broken, you should be too, because during the summer months we all want quick and easy. Convenience takes precedence more than ever. I love throwing together a quick salad so that I can get back outside.
Bonus points for not making your oven angry like I did.
The radish salad recipe I’m sharing today came as a bit of a surprise, actually. Some of the ingredients are not ones you’d traditionally think of when “low carb” comes to mind. Did you know that sugar snap peas and radishes are actually both low carb?
Sugar snap peas have approximately 4.9 grams of net carbs per cup, and radishes have 2.5 grams per cup. They pair together very well in this radish salad, because the natural sweetness of the peas and sharpness of the radishes compliment each other. A creamy dill dressing mellows out their dramatic flavors.
Conclusion of the day? More summer salads + not using your oven when it’s 90 degrees outside = maybe your oven won’t break like mine did. You’re welcome.
Tools To Make Low Carb Keto Radish Salad:
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- Set of Bowls – These are the bowls that I always use in my kitchen. They come in many sizes so that you will have the exact sizes you need to make this recipe.
- Chef’s Knife – This is my favorite chef’s knife to use. Great for chopping and slicing the ingredients for this delicious keto radish salad recipe.
Radish Salad Recipe with Sugar Snap Peas & Sour Cream Dill Dressing (Low Carb, Gluten-free):
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Sugar Snap Pea Radish Salad with Sour Cream Dill Dressing
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- 2 cups Sugar snap peas (cut in half, with ends cut off)
- 2 cups Radish (thinly sliced)
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- Mix the sugar snap peas and radishes in a medium bowl.
- To make the dressing, whisk together all remaining ingredients in a small bowl, adjusting garlic salt and black pepper to taste.
- Toss the salad with the dressing until well combined. Garnish with additional fresh dill.
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Serving size: 1 cup
Nutrition Information Per Serving
Where does nutrition info come from? Nutrition facts are provided as a courtesy, sourced from the USDA Food Database. You can find individual ingredient carb counts we use in the Low Carb & Keto Food List. Carb count excludes sugar alcohols. Net carb count excludes both fiber and sugar alcohols, because these do not affect blood sugar in most people. We try to be accurate, but feel free to make your own calculations.
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