Easy Radish Salad

Recipe posted in: Flex Meals & Snacks, Lunches & Dinners, Sides

Radishes may be small, but they pack a powerful flavor punch, as Nutrisystem dietitian Mandi Knowles demonstrates in this video recipe. Mandi shows you how to make a delicious radish salad that’s a great side dish to pair with Nutrisystem’s Grilled Chicken Sandwich. Simple, tasty and unlimited. Now that’s #VeggieSexy!

One serving of this salad contains 48 calories. It counts as one Vegetable serving on the Nutrisystem weight loss program. If you add watermelon just make sure to add another SmartCarb. Click here to log this recipe in the NuMi app! >

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Video Transcript:

Radishes are small, but they pack a powerful flavor. They’re awesome to add a punch to salads. So today, we’re going to make a delicious and refreshing salad made with radishes and cucumbers. First, to prepare [0:00:20] the radishes, you’re going to cut off the tops, and then take each radish and cut off the top stem and the bottom. [0:00:30]

Then take each radish and cut them top to bottom into slivers, and then take your cucumber and slice that top to bottom into coins [0:00:40]. And then we’re just going to toss it with some fresh squeezed lemon juice. And then for a little added flavor, we’re going to top it with some fresh dill.

Today, we’re going to serve [0:00:50] this salad with our Grilled Chicken Sandwich. To make the Grilled Chicken Sandwich, take it out of the wrapper. Wrap the chicken in a paper towel and heat on high for one minutes. Share your VeggieSexy [0:01:00] Nutrisystem recipes with us on Facebook and Twitter. For Nutrisystem, I’m Mandi Knowles. [End of Audio]

Servings: 1

Calories per Serving: 48

On Nutrisystem, Count As: 1 Vegetable (add 1 SmartCarb if you add a cup of watermelon)


  • 1 medium cucumber
  • Radishes, to taste
  • Fresh lemon juice, to taste
  • Fresh dill, to taste
  • Watermelon (optional)


  1. Thinly slice one cucumber and a few radishes.
  2. Add as squeeze of fresh lemon juice.
  3. Top with fresh dill.
  4. Optional: Try adding watermelon for a sweet and refreshing take on this salad (Watermelon counts as a SmartCarb).
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