Braised Radishes with Dill

These braised radishes are tasty with the peppery taste of the radishes balanced by tangy cider vinegar, coconut oil, and dill weed making a delicious addition to any meal.

Braised Radishes with Dill Recipe Ingredients:



Radishes have a sulfurous mustard oil in them that stimulates the circulation system as well as the liver and kidneys to help with a detox. They are very good for the skin because of their high sulfur, silicon, and vitamin C content. A good source of fiber they taste delicious as braised radishes with dill.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is actually coconut oilvery good for us and I use it to fry with and in this braised radishes with dill recipe. In tropical climates like Polynesia, Sri Lanka, and the Yucatan where they have a diet high in coconut oil, the people are healthier, have less heart disease, cancer, and colon problems than unsaturated fat eaters. It is now accepted that there is good cholesterol and there are good saturated fats. Learn the 12 benefits of  Coconut Oil, this newly declared Amazing SuperFood.


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Garlic is full of health benefits.

To get the most health benefits from Garlic, let it sit for a minimum of 5 minutes, after cutting and before eating or cooking.  Waiting for 5 – 10 minutes allows the health-promoting allicin to form.  When you let it sit, allicin is formed and this is worth the wait. Add some garlic to your soups, stews, and salad dressing recipes to lower high cholesterol.  Sometimes it is easier to use some Organic Freeze Dried Garlic so no chopping and peeling and it can be quickly added to this braised radishes with dill recipe.


Unregulated chemicals in tap water are not good for us! Most of us already know that clean safe waterour tap water is filled with unregulated chemicals! And many of us always filter it before drinking it or using it for cooking as I do in this braised radishes with dill recipe. I have for decades.

Here is the water filter I am using and am very happy with it. The only way to remove fluoride is to use a reverse osmosis system and some are better than others. When I did my research this is the one I decided on.

APEC Water System, 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filter System


I always use Pink Himalayan Salt which is a salt that is actually healthy for you!

Black Pepper

Black Pepper adds a little extra flavor to this braised radishes with dill recipe. 

I like both of these black peppers: Trader Joe’s Black Pepper Peppercorns with Grinder or Simply Organic Pepper, Black Medium Grind Certified Organic.  The pepper adds a bit of heat to these quick pickles.  You can pepper according to your taste.

Time to make braised radishes with dill.

Braised Radishes with Dill

These braised radishes are tasty with the peppery taste of the radishes balanced by tangy cider vinegar, coconut oil, and dill weed making a delicious addition to any meal.
Course Side Dish
Cuisine gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian
Keyword dill, Gluten-free, radish, Vegan, vegetables, vegetarian
Author Diana Herrington


  • 1 bunch of radishes
  • 2 Tbsp coconut oil
  • 1-2 cloves garlic optional
  • 1/3 cup water
  • fresh dill, mint, or radish leaves
  • 1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar
  • Himalayan salt to taste
  • black pepper to taste


  • Remove the radish tops and reserve them for later.*
  • Finely chop the garlic.
  • Finely chop the fresh dill weed or mint or radish leaves.
  • Slice the radishes in half from top to bottom.
  • Heat the coconut oil in a heavy frying pan over medium heat.
  • Add the chopped garlic and stir fry for a minute.
  • Add the radishes, cut side down in the pan, and sauté them until slightly brown.
  • Add the apple cider vinegar and water and cover, simmer for 10 minutes.
  • Remove the lid and turn the heat to medium-high, cooking and stirring, until the liquid has reduced.
  • Add the dill and cook for a minute.
  • Season with salt and pepper. Serve.


Find out more about the healthy ingredients that I use for this braised radishes with dill recipe: Radishes, coconut oil, garlicwater, dill, mint, Himalayan salt.
*You can eat the radish greens later in a salad or steamed.

I hope you enjoyed this braised radishes with dill recipe.

Here are some delicious recipes with radishes:

I have always enjoyed radishes since childhood. We grew them in the garden and I would pick one and wash it off outside and eat it just like that. Here are some recipes I created for more radish fun.

Radish Sandwich

 Tasty Radish Sandwich – who would have thought of making a sandwich with radishes that tastes so good.

 Quick Tasty Radish Pickles – if you like pickles then you will enjoy these yummy ones.  When you make these radish pickles you get to eat them very soon rather than waiting for days when preserving.

 Delicious Radish Quinoa Salad with Arugula – This colorful radish quinoa salad is a yummy and nourishing salad for any season. It is full of good protein from the quinoa. It is a whole meal in one bowl.


Here are some more delicious vegetable recipes to try:Vegetable Stir Fry

Vegetable Stir fryA vegetable stir fry is a very simple and quick meal that tastes great. It can be healthy if you use good ingredients as this recipe does. Feel free to substitute the vegetables you like best.

Leeks with Carrots and Ginger – Leeks and carrots are for sure my favorite vegetables in my kitchen. Pairing them with yummy ginger and garlic makes a very refreshing delicious addition to a meal. Also, all these ingredients are very nutritious for you too.

 White White Bean Vegetable Stew Recipe To Make For a Healthy, Tasty Dinner – This white bean vegetable stew is a delicious, healthy vegan protein meal filled with vegetables. The stew is high in potassium for those of you who need a boost in that area.  Also, half a cup of white beans is loaded with close to 100 mg of calcium.

Powerful Anti-Inflammatory Salad – This anti-inflammatory salad is very nutritious with 4 of the  12 Top Anti-Inflammatory Foods.  It is an easy salad to make and eat all of it in one sitting. Put it in a big bowl and just eat it. I do that all of the time.

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