Roasted Radish Bites
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Updated September 18, 2017
can (13.8 oz) Pillsbury™ refrigerated pizza crust
Clean radishes. Slice the tops and bottoms from each radish, then slice each in half.
Use a paring knife to cut patterns into the tops of the red, rounded portion of each radish. Try cutting a checkerboard by slicing several thin-cuts half-way through the radish, or make a simplified rose by slicing thin cuts all the way around the radish, starting at the center and moving out. Cut some of the radishes into simple slices as well, to give the final flatbread bites a variety of sizes and shapes.
Heat oven to 400°F. Place radishes on a parchment-lined baking sheet, with cut patterns facing up. Drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper generously.
Cook radishes in preheated oven until tender and slightly golden brown around the edges, about 18-25 minutes. Remove and cool.
Open Pillsbury™ dough. Unroll and slice into 12 small squares. Pull the squares gently to give them a free-form flatbread look. Place on a parchment-lined baking sheet and bake for 10-13 minutes, or just until light golden brown.
Mix goat cheese together with lemon rind. Immediately slather goat cheese on warm flatbread squares.
Top goat cheese with roasted radishes. Garnish with fresh dill. Serve and enjoy!
More About This Recipe
- Fall yields a new and exciting crop of vegetables that are just calling out to be eaten.Most of us overlook the lowly radish, but I’m here to tell you that this root veggie will brighten up any dark, cold fall night. Yes, you heard that right. Pop those lovely red rounds in a hot oven and roast away. You’ll be amazed at how delicious roasted radishes taste, and this recipe highlights what you’ve been missing.Okay, we’re going to make some of these radishes look pretty. Did you know you can make a radish look like a rose? Here’s how: First you’ll need to clean the radishes, then slice off the tops and bottoms. Slice each radish in half. You see the red, rounded portion of each radish? You’re going to use a paring knife to cut patterns in this part of the radish. For a rose, slice thin cuts all the way around the radish, starting at the center point and moving out.These will not be sitting on the plate for long. Once you have a taste, I bet the radish will become one of your new favorite vegetables!