Absolute Best Loaded Radishes i.e. ‘Potatoes’ 🥓 gluten free & keto

10 comments

  1. Dawn says:

    Thank you for this recipe! Made it last night and it was really good! Even to the carb eater in the house. I had used gouda since that’s what i had on hand.

    There is only so much cauliflower a girl can handle. Will be trying more of your radish recipes 🙂

    • Paola says:

      That’s awesome to hear Dawn!! The roasted radishes with parmesan are the most popular, but check out the ‘tortilla espanola’ (Spanish omelette)- they taste JUST like potatoes there! 😉 xo and have a lovely weekend!

  2. Robin says:

    Am printing recipe now & will comment later re: how it turns out. My initial comment is that this makes total sense and >>> there is potential doing this with layers of béchamel sauce inspired by potato au gratin. Slicing all those smaller radishes thinly seems like a chore though. I am wondering about using a daikon which could be sliced on a mandolin or even a spiralizer. Thanks for your recipes. I hope there is a book deal in the future. You definitely have some unique ideas.

    • Paola says:

      Hi Robin! In all honesty I’ve never tried with daikon, as it’s not a type of radish that we find commonly here in Mexico (but I do believe it’s used by many). Potato au gratin is definitely possible, but I would actually suggest you cook the radish slices in olive oil before baking (check out the recipe for the tortilla espanola for methodology). That would give the radishes a silky potato-like texture and then they can go in the oven with the béchamel. xo and so happy you’re enjoying the site!

    • Paola says:

      Hi Michelle, I’m not sure as I don’t own an air fryer…! But the point of the oven is the prolonged heat to dry out the radishes, so you would get a different result in your air fryer.

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