Rich in color, flavor, and texture, this radish salad makes a fabulous side or lunchtime main dish. Creamy avocado and sweet-tart citrus and pomegranate seeds balance out the peppery heat of the radishes. Watermelon radishes can be hard to find in supermarkets, but they are worth seeking out at the farmers’ market. They are large and round in shape and their beauty is found on the inside. A cross-section looks like a miniature slice of ripe watermelon with bright green skin and a hot pink center. If you can’t find watermelon radishes, you can substitute other varieties such as French breakfast, rainbow radishes, or even the regular round red ones. The recipe calls for oranges and grapefruits to be peeled, then cut into sections. To save on prep time, you can replace the fresh grapefruit segments with one (7-ounce) container of chilled precut pieces from the produce section of the grocery store. Drain the segments before using.
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