Sauteed Radishes on a rainy evening


While making dinner last night, I felt like doing something different with radishes. I have served them raw in a salad, but I also usually roast them in the oven with olive oil and Himalayan salt. I wanted to try something different. I decided to saute them! They were delicious! We had for dinner: bean burgers (recipe here in my blog in a previous post & in my cookbook), sauteed peas and kale dish, broccoli in garlic sauce (recipe in previous post), this radish dish, rice, and biscuits (recipe in my cookbook). It was a delicious cozy dinner on a cold rainy night.

Hope you enjoy it!! Here’s the recipe:

Sauteed Radishes


2 Tbsps avocado oil

1 small onion chopped roughly

fresh italian parsley, chopped, to taste (I used a little over a half of the bunch)

2 bunches of fresh radishes

2 Tbsps grass fed butter

1 1 /2 – 2 cups of organic vegetable broth

1 tsp each of garlic salt, and onion powder

sprinkle of celery salt, optional

salt and pepper to taste


  1. Rinse and dry radishes. Cut large radishes in half. Set aside. Cut small onion roughly. Set aside.
  2. Heat a saute pan on medium/high heat with avocado oil. When heated up after 30 seconds, saute onions for a few minutes until they’re transparent and caramelized. Toss in radishes and butter saute for approximately 5-7 minutes.
  3. Chop rinsed parsley and saute for a minute more.
  4. Pour in 1 1/2 cups of vegetable broth. Heat until broth starts to dissipate. Add the seasonings. Add more broth if you need to, if it starts to burn on. Cook together for a few minutes until all of the flavors come together. The ingredients will brown and thicken.
  5. Serve hot and sprinkle more salt on it if needed.
Nothing quite like the aroma of onions cooking
Parsley for freshness
Oh the pretty colors!
So good!
The whole delicious meal!
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