Roasted Radish Recipe
We grow A LOT of radishes in our garden. They are fun to plant and harvest….plus they grow so quickly you can get 3 or 4 radish harvests a season.
But with all that planting and harvesting we need a way to eat them. And, while we do have a lot of salads and veggie trays our favorite way to eat radishes is roasted.
I know, that might sound a little strange but it they really are delicious.
If you want to try them here’s what you’ll need:
Cast Iron Skillet
Radishes (2-3 bunches)
Sprig or two of Thyme
Sprig or two of Rosemary
Salt and Pepper
And to make them here’s what we do:
1. Wash, trim, and cut radishes in half.
2. Heat up a tablespoon or two of olive oil in the cast iron skillet.
3. Place radishes cut-side down in the skillet to give them a quick brown crisp.
4. Take the skillet and place it in the oven at 350 for about 10 minutes (until the radishes are a little wrinkled and tender).
5. Place the skillet back on the stove top on medium heat.
6. Add a tablespoon (or two ) of butter along with a heaping tablespoon of minced garlic and a couple sprigs of Rosemary and Thyme.
7. Sauté until radishes are nice and tender.
8. Serve piping hot.
And there you have it! An easy Roasted Radish Recipe!
When finished, the radishes have a consistently similar to a cooked red potato.
We have already eaten this side dish at least half a dozen times this summer. Usually when my husband grills out back I will make this along with some corn on the cob. It is one our kids favorite meals.
For another garden favorite check out THIS POST all about Swiss Chard: