Radish Leaves with Sesame Dressing

Radish Leaves with Sesame Dressing

Don't throw out your radish leaves! Make this delicious dish with sesame dressing instead. It's even easier to eat than when it is made with spinach.


Radish leaves
2 stalks worth
White sesame seeds
1 tablespoon
Soy sauce
1 tablespoon
1 tablespoon


1. Roast the white sesame seeds and grind them up. Roasting them really brings out the fragrance.
2. Add the soy sauce and sugar and mix together.
3. Wash the radish leaves well and lightly boil together with the stems. Once boiled, remove the bottoms of the stems and cut into easy-to-eat pieces.
4. Mix 2 and 3 together well to finish. Let it sit for a bit to let the flavors settle, but don't let it sit for too long or it will get watery.

Story Behind this Recipe

I remade the classic spinach and sesame dressing side dish with radish leaves instead.