Onion Ring Radishes


We love to saute random veggies to serve with our favorite lunch: bacon and eggs. One day, we decided to cook up some diced radishes with onions and we were surprised at the flavor; they tasted just like onion rings! We played with different variations and found a formula that works every time.

If you love the flavor of onion rings but want to avoid the ingredients in the breading, this recipe is for you. It is a delicious and easy gluten-free side dish that goes well with a burger, fish, or eggs.

We use our giant watermelon radishes (Misato Rose variety) for this recipe, but any kind of radish should work. When radishes are cooked, the spicy bite disappears. If you’re afraid you don’t like radishes, try this recipe! You may find a new favorite.

Onion Ring Radishes
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If you love the flavor of onion rings, but don't want the hassle of making the real deal, this substitute for gluten free onion rings is for you.
Servings Prep Time
2 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 mintues
Servings Prep Time
2 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 mintues
Onion Ring Radishes
Print Recipe
If you love the flavor of onion rings, but don't want the hassle of making the real deal, this substitute for gluten free onion rings is for you.
Servings Prep Time
2 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 mintues
Servings Prep Time
2 5 minutes
Cook Time
10 mintues
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Heat your cooking fat in a large skillet. We know bacon grease or butter will produce a flavor that fools you into thinking you're eating real onion rings. Any oil will theoretically work, but may not produce the same end flavor.
  2. Add the diced onions and radishes to the skillet and cook over medium heat for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  3. Salt and pepper to taste. (Remember, onion rings are salty!) You'll know they're done when the onions are soft and translucent and beginning to brown. The radishes will be softened.
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