pickled radish and green beans

Easy Pickled Radish

Crunchy, mildly spicy radishes are a delicious pickled treat.

Crunchy, mildly spicy radishes are a delicious treat straight out of the garden with a little salt and pepper. However, For a quick twist, try this east pickling hack, try this 3-ingredient recipe for refrigerator pickled radishes and added fresh green beans for a flavorful, healthy, and satisfying snack. This versatile recipe can be used with cauliflower, carrots, celery, kohlrabi, etc. 


  • Reserved brine from favorite store-bought pickles
  • 15-20 Radishes
  • 10 Fresh green beans
  • Garlic, dill, peppercorns if desired


  1. Prepare the radishes and beans

    Wash and halve about 15-20 radishes and cut and de-stem your green beans

  2. Blanch the green beans

    Blanch about 10 fresh, de-stemmed green beans in boiling water for about 30 seconds. Drain and shock beans in an ice bath to preserve color and crunch. 

  3. Pack your jars

    Pack radishes and green beans in a glass, resealable jar (probably at least a quart or more). 

  4. Add brine

    Pour reserved brine over radishes and beans to cover the veg. 

  5. Refrigerate

    Cover and refrigerate for at least an hour.

You can enjoy these as a side with your favorite sammy, serve them as a crudités , or eat them straight out of the jar! If you’re feeling dangerous, add a garlic clove or 4 ?, some black peppercorns, mustard seeds, fresh dill, jalapeños, etc. to make it your own!