This recipe is an ultimate embarrassingly easy recipe at Kitchen Therapy. When you read the recipe you will smack your head for not thinking about doing this yourself first – because that is exactly what I did to myself when I read this a few years ago on a blog somewhere.
But today it all changed when I returned from an organic farm with these gorgeous radishes in beautiful pink hues – it was simply too beautiful to not share. By the way, this recipe is, but of course, French. Trust them to make even the simplest of things seem so sophisticated with a je ne sais quoi…
So here goes nothing…
Slice the radishes, heat up a non-stick pan, with a big pat of butter, throw in the radishes and cook them until they soften gently. Add a sprig of thyme (I used a ice cube of the frozen thyme) and some salt and pepper.
Toast up some bread, and arrange the radishes on top. Serve.
I know. It’s pretty ridiculous. But it’s delicious.
- 10-12 thin slices of radish
- ½ tbsp butter
- 2-3 drops of olive oil
- fresh or dried thyme
- ½ tsp sea salt
- ½ tsp fresh cracked pepper
- 2 slices of whole wheat toast
- In a non stick pan heat the butter and add the olive oil. Stir in the radishes.
- Let the radishes cook on low heat for a few minutes and then add the thyme, salt and pepper.
- Once the radishes have softened enough, turn off the heat.
- Toast the bread slices and scoop the radishes onto the toasts.
- Serve warm.