Saturday, June 5, 2010

Radish Canapes with Fresh Herb

I have never been a big fan of radishes, but after we received this recipe with a bunch of radishes in our CSA box last week, I have changed my mind about this little root vegetable.

This is a hearty and tasty snack. Enjoy!

Radish Canapes with Fresh Herb

Remove radish tops and scrub the roots clean. Slice each radish into thin rounds. Spread plain cream cheese on top of your favorite crackers. I used Multi-Grain Club crackers. Press your favorite fresh herb sprig, such as dill or cilantro or whatever suits your fancy, onto the cream cheese and top with radish slices. You could replace the crackers with hearty bread.

This snack needs to be eaten immediately as the crackers will go soggy, but do not worry, because that will not be difficult to do. I gobbled these up for lunch.

Don't know what Canapes means?... neither did I!

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  1. I love radishes, and this is a really great idea! Thanks for sharing it - quick canape recipes are so handy.

  2. What a great new way to eat radishes! I invite you to link up to Vegetarian Foodie Fridays too! Hope to see you there!

  3. I LOVE the peppery flavor of radishes. I'll have to give this a try :)


  4. Yum. I'm waiting for our CSA to begin. I can't wait - this will be my first year.



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