These medium-sized round roots have a horseradish-like flavor that mellows to nutty sweetness when cooked.
A purple variant of the more common white Japanese daikon, these long roots are delicious stir-fried or simmered in miso soup.
Bright yellow outside and white within, these Slovakian olive-shaped radishes are named for the Greek god of the sun. Their flavor is mild and sweet.
Long, thin lime radishes—so called for the green hue near their leaves, which fades to cream at the root tip—pack a fierce, wasabi-like punch
Known in Chinese as shinrimei (“beauty in the heart”), these multihued radishes are stunning sliced thin in salads.
Looking like magenta carrots (but with a white inside), these oblong German radishes are traditionally braised with pork or chicken.