Roasted Radishes – How to Roast Radishes
Learn how to make roasted radishes (it’s easy!) and you’ll come back to them constantly as a new go-to side dish that everyone will love. Even those who don’t love radishes!
Carrying on with the roasted vegetable obsession, I bring you roasted radishes. I know, you’re falling into one of three camps right now:
1) I hate radishes, goodbye.
2) I love roasted radishes!
3) HUH? Roast? Radishes? Weird!
I have something to say to each of you.
1) For you radish-haters: Wait! Don’t leave! My husband hates radishes too but he loves these.
2) For you who are reading this thinking, duh — roasted radishes are the best: Woohoo! Let’s be friends. PS: How do you make yours?
3) For you who have no clue what I am talking about: Read on. Your life is about to change.
About These Roasted Radishes:
Radishes — tossed with a bit of olive oil, honey, lemon juice, salt, and pepper and stuck in a hot, hot, hot oven — become the tastiest little morsels. It’s no secret (far from it, actually) that I love roasted vegetables. Remember when I showed you how to roast broccoli? We eat that roasted broccoli at least once a week. But I of course don’t discriminate against cauliflower, carrots, beets, sweet potatoes, mushrooms, squash, or any other vegetable under the sun. Even Brussels sprouts! It’s all fair game. (PS: Make sure to check out my full list of roasted vegetables!)
The other night…this was my dinner: Sweet potatoes, broccoli, mushrooms, radishes, onions, and a Killian’s. It works, right?
I cooked a couple of chicken breasts for the other members of my family who prefer to have meat with dinner. Everyone is happy!
If you want to make these roasted radishes into a complete dinner – try this crispy chicken thigh sheet pan dinner!
I shared how to roast radishes over on Food Fanatic so you can head on over there for the Roasted Radish recipe or you can carry on and find it here too!