There is just something about a warm, golden, and crispy dish topped with a little bit of parmesan that sounds sooo cozy! Baked to golden perfection with avocado oil and parmesan cheese and a garnish of fresh parsley, these keto oven roasted radishes are the savory dish of your dreams!
I’m a firm believer that the correct combination of side dishes taking a meal to a whole new level and this roasted radish recipe does exactly that! Full of yummy spices and easy as ever to whip together, this dish will surely become one of your favorites. Just in case you are not yet sold (you should be!), I will tell you that the prep time is only TEN minutes! After prepping, you simply let the oven do the rest!
Why I use radishes instead of potatoes
I love potatoes as much as the next person, however, their high carb content makes them altogether impossible to incorporate into a keto diet. Since I wanted to develop a traditional roasted potato dish that is low in carbs, I decided to try out using radishes instead, and, I must say, it turned out to be a pretty great swap. In fact, they wound up tasting amazing!
When you roast radishes properly, their bitter flavor is eliminated and the result tastes just like potatoes! It is truly a great swap, and absolutely zero flavor is sacrificed in the process.
Great for the low-FODMAP diet
If you are unfamiliar with the low-FODMAP diet and what it means, I will fill you in! FODMAP stands for “fermentable oligo-, di-, mono-saccharides, and polyols (a collection of short-chain carbohydrates).” Foods that are high-FODMAP commonly contribute to bloating and abdominal pain.
There are a LOT of foods that fall into the high-FODMAP category, including legumes (chickpeas, baked, kidney, and lima beans, etc.), dairy products, wheat, high-fructose fruits (such as apples and peaches), and various vegetables including asparagus, peas, celery, cauliflower, and more. Because the list of pain-triggering foods is so long, it can make following the diet extremely difficult.
That being said, it is always helpful to see recipes that explicitly state that they are low-FODMAP friendly, and this is one of those recipes! Because of the combination of ingredients and the use of radishes in this recipe, this is a GREAT dish for those following a low-FODMAP diet.
(You can find all of my low-FODMAP recipes here!)
These oven roasted radishes are full of nutritional benefits!
In addition to being great addition to a low-FODMAP diet, radishes have a bunch of nutritional benefits! Radishes are a great source of potassium, Vitamins C and K, calcium, and magnesium, just to name a few! They are full of antioxidants that support the skin and heart, blood pressure, digestion, and overall health!
For this recipe, I chose to use avocado oil. Though there isn’t much of a difference between that and olive oil (both have similar nutritional contents, chemical makeups, and calorie counts), avocado oil actually has a higher smoke point, making it a better choice to roast vegetables with. They do have slightly different tastes, however, and the taste of the avocado oil compliments this dish quite well!
The perfect side dish
This dish works so well paired with a variety of main dishes! Try it with Cheesy Chicken Fritters, Keto Meatballs, or Instant Pot Chicken Wings. If you want to keep the entire meal low-FODMAP, try it with this Low-FODMAP Pressure Cooker Italian Beef! Or, you could even pair it with additional side dishes such as Low Carb Stuffing or Bacon Green Bean Casserole for a Thanksgiving-worthy feast!
This recipe yields six servings, making it GREAT for dinner parties or gatherings with a bunch of friends! Everyone will love it!
These keto roasted radishes are SO simple to make
Toss using tongs or spoon until radishes are coated in oil and spices.
Transfer radishes to
Bake until golden brown and crispy, about 35 minutes, flipping half-way through.
Remove baking sheet from oven, sprinkle radishes with parmesan cheese, and bake until cheese melts just slightly, about 2-3 minutes.
Remove pan from oven, garnish with fresh parsley, serve hot, and enjoy!
Keto roasted radishes are perfect for a bunch of diet types
Whether you follow a low carb diet, are strictly nut-free, or like to maintain a vegetarian lifestyle, this recipe is perfect for you! It is actually great for a lot of lifestyles, as it is compliant with many different diets.
- Keto and Low Carb: Radishes are very low in
carbs,and the combination of the ingredients in this recipe amount to only 2 grams of net carbs per serving. The low carb count in this recipe allows it to be both keto and low carb-compliant.
- Primal: This keto roasted radish recipe follows primal diet restrictions.
- Egg Free: This recipe does not include the use of eggs.
- Nut Free: This recipe is completely free of nuts and nut products, making it safe to consume for those with nut allergies and intolerances.
- Coconut Free: These roasted radishes are made with coconut-free ingredients.
- Vegetarian: This roasted radish recipe is completely vegetarian.
Sugar Free: This recipe is made without added sugar.
Looking for more from Real Balanced?
If you are looking for more recipes to make for side dishes or appetizers, check out these ideas! There is something for everyone and perfect ideas for any occasion!
- Bacon Green Bean Casserole
- Spicy Salmon Poppers
- Keto BLT Dip
- Low Carb Stuffing
- Buffalo Deviled Eggs
- Keto Loaded Cauliflower Salad
- Cheesy Chicken Fritters
- Bacon-Wrapped Maple Parmesan Asparagus Bundles
- Warm Bacon and Egg Salad
You will fall in love with these low carb roasted radishes! These keto roasted radishes are tossed with avocado oil and sprinkled with parmesan cheese, making them the perfect low carb keto friendly side dish!
- Preheat oven to 450 degrees and line baking sheet with parchment paper.
- To a small bowl, add radishes, avocado oil, ground thyme, dried rosemary, salt, and pepper and toss using tongs or spoon until radishes are coated in oil and spices. Transfer radishes to prepared baking sheet and bake until golden brown and crispy, about 35 minutes, flipping halfway through.
- Remove baking sheet from oven, sprinkle radishes with parmesan cheese, bake until cheese melts just slightly, about 2-3 minutes. Remove pan from oven, garnish with fresh parsley, serve hot, and enjoy!
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