Recipe: Radish Butter

A delicious, super easy way to add some color (and veggies) to your snacks or meals!

Looking for a simple way to add some flavor and pizzazz to your week? Or how about adding some color to your holiday table? Then try this super easy recipe for radish butter.

Radish butter is a delicious, super easy way to add some color and veggies to your snacks or meals!

Radish what? Yes, radish butter! No, I haven’t lost my mind. Yes, give it a chance ! 

Perfect on crackers, toasted bread, or even on veggies, radish butter is perfect for appetizers, quick snacks, or even your dinner table.

Radish butter is a delicious, super easy way to add some color and veggies to your snacks or meals!

And how many ingredients go into this spread? Just two—radishes and butter—plus a little salt and pepper for taste, but they really don’t count. Oh, and if you want to garnish your radish butter with some chopped chives or tops of green onions, it’ll look even fancier if you’re serving for company. 🙂

Cheers!

Bruce

Radish butter is a delicious, super easy way to add some color and veggies to your snacks or meals!

Radish Butter
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Recipe type: Snacks & Appetizers
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Serves: ½ cup
 
Ingredients:
  • 10-12 small to medium red radishes
  • 1 stick butter, softened (8 tablespoons)
  • salt and pepper (to taste)
Optional garnish:
  • Chopped chives or green onion tops
Instructions:
  1. Trim, wash, and dry radishes,
  2. Dice radishes until finely chopped—a food processor makes this super easy.
  3. Add the butter and mix/pulse until smooth. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve at room temperature.
Notes:
We recommend organic ingredient whenever possible.

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Radish butter is a delicious, super easy way to add some color and veggies to your snacks or meals!

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