Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Now I know this sounds strange, but when I was a kid, I used to go out to the garden and pull a couple of radishes, clean em and slice em and butter a slice of bread and salt my radishes and I had a radish sandwich. Well this is just a little more sophisticated and a lot better.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix cream cheese and radishes well.
  2. Spread mixture on slice of bread and top with another slice of bread.


Most Helpful

Simple and really good! This was a delicious way to use up the bounty of radishes from our garden. I felt it needed just a little more contrast in flavor so I added some minced chives. I used rye bread for the sandwich, but I bet this would be wonderful as a spread for bagels. Thanks for sharing this tasty and simple recipe.

Lucky in Bayview June 17, 2014

Tell me how anything so simple with so few ingredients could be so good! We are swimming in radishes from the garden and this is a good and easy lunch. Thanks.

Vicki in AZ April 29, 2008

I had a few radishes in the fridge that needed to be used quickly and a small tube of cream cheese so this recipe was perfect for a lunch as it was quick and simple. I made it as an opens sandwich so I didn't put the extra bread on the top. This recipe is very versatile as you can add many herbs and spices to give it an extra zing or leave it as the way its written for a quick snack. Thank you Darlene Summers

Chef floWer April 09, 2007

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