Are these edible like beet greens and how do you cook them? Thanks
I've not heard of cooking them, just washing them (assuming they need it) and adding them to a salad, as they have a nice peppery taste.
I've put them in soups, not as a main ingredient but just a filler. They're usually a little on the stringy side, so cutting into narrow strips is good.
I cooked the greens from a daikon. It was just OK, not in the same league as marvelous beet greens.
I don't think there is much use in trying anything with radish greens..but if you are growing your own radishes - let them go to
seed and the wonderful peppery pods that appear are delicious in salad.
In the Daily Soup cookbook, there is a recipe for white bean and chorizo soup that uses the radish greens---but not the radishes! It's a gorgeous soup.