3 hours ago
Thursday, May 19, 2011
It doesn't get any easier than this.
I mistakingly bought this strange variety of radish, thinking that they were carrots, until I took a bite and tasted the white spicy inside! It's a radish dummy!
So I had no choice but to eat radishes, sea salt & butter. Poor me.
How can something so simple taste so good? It just does.
You can use any variety of radishes that you like, and any sea salt.
I made a compound herb butter by putting a lump of unsalted Irish butter in a bowl and waited until it came to room temperature.
I threw in a handful of fresh snipped chives and a handful of chopped fresh parsley.
Once the butter was soft enough, I mixed it together and spooned it into a ramekin.
Toast up some baguette slices (do an hour before so the toasts are cool), and swipe the yummy herb butter on the bread, don't be stingy, spread it on!
Slice some radishes and place them on top of the butter, and let everyone sprinkle some nice sea salt on top of that.
Simple is best.