Our roasted radishes recipe is an oldie but goodie. It’s great this time of year when radishes are at their peak.
Roasted Radishes Recipe
We were talking to a friend about radishes and she swore up and down that the only way to eat radishes was raw, crunchy and fresh. There was no other option to eating radishes, raw was it, she declared. She’s a great gardener, cook and mom. Her dedication to family, food and a healthy lifestyle is admirable. We wish we could be like her when we grow up. But she’s wrong.
We don’t often argue about food, knowing that everyone has their own tastes and preferences, however we had to disagree with her about radishes. Yes, she’s very wrong in making such an absolute statement and we can’t wait to show her why.
First of all, she’s right about eating enjoying radishes when they’re fresh. It’s hard to beat a freshly picked radish fresh, especially when it’s from the garden. Raw radishes in this state are so crisp and full of fresh, peppery flavor. In fact, almost every produce has it’s glory when eaten raw. We’ve got radishes growing everywhere in the garden and we often can’t keep up with how fast they grow, so we’re enjoying radishes straight from the soil and they’re wonderful.
Now that we got that agreement out of the way (she reads our blog), we think there’s another option for a great radish recipe.