Monday, July 21, 2014

Roasted Radishes with Salt and Pepper

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This recipe is so simple that I'd hesitate to even call it a recipe, except that it's so delicious, it needs to be shared. Well, that's if you love radishes as much as I do.

While I generally just eat radishes plain, dipped in a bit of ranch dressing to soften their harsh bite, cooked radishes are totally different in flavor. No harsh bite. Almost buttery in flavor even.

I trimmed off the tops and ends and any dirt spots, then drizzled a bit of olive oil and sprinkled with salt and pepper. Baked until crisp-tender. These roasted radishes make a great side dish, or a full meal if you wish.

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Roasted Radishes with Salt and Pepper

For one serving, you'll need:
Dozen radishes
Drizzle olive oil
1/8 tsp salt
1/8 tsp ground black pepper

Wash and trim the radishes. Put the radishes on aluminum foil. Drizzle a bit of olive oil, sea salt, and freshly ground black pepper. Gather the foil until the radishes are covered.

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Bake at 350 degrees for 20 to 30 minutes until the radishes are as tender as you'd like.

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Serve as a side dish.

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Or as a whole meal if you can't stop eating them!

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Other radish recipes:
Do Chua (Vietnamese Pickled Stuff ie. Carrots and Daikon)
Ggakdugi Kimchee (Korean Pickled Radish/Daikon)
Iceberg Lettuce, Radish, and Carrot Salad
Thit Heo Kho Cu Cai Trang Cu Sen (Vietnamese Braised Pork with Daikon Radish and Lotus Roots)

1 year ago today,
2 years ago today,
3 years ago today, Salju Dessert - Alhambra.
4 years ago today,
5 years ago today, Monsieur Vuong - Berlin - Germany.
6 years ago today, Bulgarini Gelato Artigianale - Altadena.
7 years ago today, Banh Mi & Che Cali Restaurant - Alhambra.

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