Radish Salad with Ricotta
For joint problems, radish with its essential oils is considered an effective natural remedy. The chlorophyll contained in the herbs purifies the blood and drains the body.
If you can't get ricotta, you can also prepare the cams with normal cream cheese. And if you like it spicier, use goat or sheep cream cheese.
Rinse both of the radishes. Trim the radishes, leaving some of the green stems if you'd like. Thinly slice the daikon radish, and half of the breakfast radishes. Peel and julienne the onion. Rinse, dry, and finely chop half of the chervil Mix the chervil, parsley, and chives into the ricotta cheese. Season to taste with salt, pepper, and lemon zest.
Mix the oil with the vinegar, mustard, and sugar. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
Arrange the sliced radishes, whole radishes, and the onions on plates. Top with two quennelles of the ricotta mixture. Drizzle with the dressing, garnish with the remaining chervil, and serve.