Roasted Radishes

Roasted Radishes created by Debbwl

I was struggling for side dishes while in the "strict" phase of low carbing it....figured most veggies seem to mellow with roasting why not radishes.....only problem was DS kept eating them so I had to hide them in a container labeled "squash" (he would NEVER open that! LOL). I also put them out as part of an appitizer buffett on a platter with cauliflower that I cooked the same way....they disappeared!

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  • Wash, trim and quarter radishes.
  • toss radishes in small bowl with olive oil.
  • spread on cookie sheet (I line it with foil for easier clean up).
  • sprinkle with salt.
  • roast at 375 for 20 to 25 minute.
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"I was struggling for side dishes while in the "strict" phase of low carbing it....figured most veggies seem to mellow with roasting why not radishes.....only problem was DS kept eating them so I had to hide them in a container labeled "squash" (he would NEVER open that! LOL). I also put them out as part of an appitizer buffett on a platter with cauliflower that I cooked the same way....they disappeared!"

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  1. cuppycakes
    4 stars only because 2 teaspoons of salt is way too much. cut salt to 1 teaspoon and olive oil to 2 tablespoon.
  2. whtbxrmom
    No one in our family cares for radishes. When we got a bunch in our farm share box I wasn't sure what to do with them. I saw this recipe and figured I'd give it a try. Well, I'm happy to say my family will now eat radishes IF I make them like this.
  3. LuvBeinHere
    Oh My Goodness.....who would'a thunk it! I just tried this as an experiment...not part of a meal in case it was awful. Guess what! We loved it. This is a keeper for us. Makes a fun appetizer but can also be a good side for a meal. Thanks for posting this. I will have to say that I would cut down on the salt. Other than that...you have to try it.
  4. UmmBinat
    This was perfect. I had some organic white diakon radishes and organic watermelon radishes from our weekly local organic basket that I just didn't want to eat because they were too spicy for us. This recipe made them sweeter, especially the watermelon radishes and like a few others mentioned have a similar texture and taste to cauliflower! I used avocado oil in place if olive as I understand it is healthier to heat and course greet sea salt. This is a must do for leftover radishes at least the types I tried.
  5. mama smurf
    Made this for Think Pink 2013 Cancer Awareness tag game and was surprised at how tasty they turn out to be plus colorful! I did cut the recipe in half and added some garlic, salt and pepper. Thank you for posting.
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