Roasted Radishes with Chives, Thyme and Rosemary (paleo, low-carb + keto)

Roasted Radishes #paleo #dairyfree #keto #lowcarbThe perfect side to your epic keto weekend barbecue, or plate of eggs and bacon. A low-carb, paleo, keto version of roasted potatoes. Dusted with fresh herbs and sauteed in tallow.

We received an influx of radishes in our organic produce box a couple of months ago. Aside from enjoying raw, I wasn’t too sure what to do with them. Then, one morning as I was preparing my usual keto breakfast of duck egg, bacon and some sort of roasted vegetable, I tried roasting those radishes… and damn!

I shared the dish on the Healthful Pursuit Instagram page and everyone went crazy! You wanted the low-carb, keto recipe, so here it is, finally.

Roasted Radishes #paleo #dairyfree #keto #lowcarb

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Okay, now to roasted radishes for vegetable keto lovers everywhere… let’s do it!

Roasted Radishes #paleo #dairyfree #keto #lowcarb

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Keto Roasted Radishes with Fresh Herbs
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Recipe type: Vegan (option), Paleo, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Sugar-free, Yeast-free, Corn-free, Grain-free, Nut-free, Egg-free, Low-Carb, Keto
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A low-carb, keto, paleo version of roasted potatoes. Dusted with fresh herbs and sauteed in tallow.
Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon grass-fed tallow
  • 1 bunch of radishes, stems removed and cut in quarters
  • Sea salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste
  • 2 tablespoons diced fresh chives
  • 1 tablespoon diced fresh herbs, I used rosemary and thyme
Instructions
  1. Add the grass-fed tallow to a cast iron pan or other pan of your choice. I use cast iron because it’s easy to clean and; when you cook vitamin C rich foods in the cast iron, it leaches the iron into your foods. Health!
  2. Heat the pan on medium. Once the tallow has melted, add the cut radishes, sea salt and ground pepper. Allow to cook for 7 minutes.
  3. Then, add the fresh chives. Cook for another 2 minutes before adding the fresh herbs. Cook for 1 more minute.
  4. Serve immediately or, allow to cool completely, transfer to a container and store in the fridge until chilled. They make the best topping for an epic salad!
Notes
Vegan: to make vegan, replace tallow with coconut oil.

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Roasted Radishes #paleo #dairyfree #keto #lowcarb

You could also make these on your barbecue, in one of those barbecue vegetable baskets. I’ve done it a bunch of times, but like the cast iron version better because the fats stay in the pan, letting the radishes soak it up!

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  2. What is the nutritional breakdown of total calories, carbs and fats?
    This information should be included in each recipe for tracking our macros.
    Thanks

  3. Cooked radishes are delicious! When I read the title of your recipe though, I thought it was going to be an oven recipe. You should change the title to “Pan Roasted Radishes” or something like that. Thanks for your awesome blog!

  4. We’ve been eating roasted radishes for a few weeks now along with many roasted vegetables we always keep stocked in the fridge. They are SO delicious, I can’t believe I hadn’t heard of them before! Both of my parents enjoy them, as well, despite the skepticism I received the first night we had them for dinner. :) Thanks so much!

  5. Leanne,

    Do you have a cast iron pan that you would recommend? I need more iron in my life!

    Thanks,

    Christina

  6. I’m fascinated by the variety of veggies people are roasting and grilling these days. When I was growing up, radishes were relegated to iceberg lettuce salads. I’ll be giving this a try for sure!

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