The simple radish is certainly a divider - you either love or hate them. It’s rare to find someone who sits on the fence with this little red bulb of goodness.
I’m definitely on the love side of the fence and will normally throw some thinly sliced radishes into salads such as my Tuna Poke
or in my Avocado Radish and Apple Salad
For a novel twist on how to use radishes (other than raw and in salads) and possibly a great way of introducing this humble little root vegetable to kids, why not bake them and create some to munch on.
Although I love the peppery taste of raw radishes, baking them seems to dissolve some of that tartness or peppery taste which kids and adults usually associate with radishes.
are a great snack alternative and so easy and quick to prepare.
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
1 Bunch radish
Allow one bunch of radish per person.
Thinly slice the radishes using a mandolin if you dont have a mandolin you can still create thin slices using a vegetable peeler.
Sprinkle the radishes with seasoning made from sea salt, rosemary and thyme. I didnt use any olive oil however you may chose to drizzle the radishes with a little extra virgin olive oil.
I only used one bunch of radish as I’m the only one that really eats the vegetable in our household but if you’re looking to make a larger quantity, I would estimate one bunch per person.
Additionally, I wanted to bake these chips without any oil, so once they start to cool down they may lose some of the initial crispness that you get once they’re out of the oven.
To make the radish chips a little more crispy, simply drizzle a little extra virgin olive oil over the radish slices at the seasoning stage and just prior to placing in the oven to bake.
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