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Oven Roasted Radishes

This Oven Roasted Radishes recipe takes advantage of the fresh produce from your garden. After roasting the radishes, they have an almost sweet taste that’s completely different from the sharper raw flavor. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, seafood, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol, paleo and vegan diets.

Raw radishes have a sharp, almost spicy flavor. Until recently, I hadn’t considered doing anything with radishes beyond eating them raw or pickling them. This Oven Roasted Radishes recipe completely transforms from spicy to sweet. It’s a completely different flavor and absolutely delicious.

This Oven Roasted Radishes recipe takes advantage of the fresh produce from your garden. After roasting the radishes, they have an almost sweet taste that’s completely different from the sharper raw flavor. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, seafood, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol, paleo and vegan diets.

My father loves to nibble on raw radishes when I was growing up so they were always around. My dad used to sneak them into salads but I never really enjoyed the strong and spicy flavor. When I started the AIP diet, I realized that if I’m going to exclude so many foods from my diet, I needed to add in some new veggies. Radishes were one of those veggies I wanted to incorporate into my diet. I really wanted to love them but eating them raw just wasn’t an option so I tried braising them. I loved them braised but it required more attention than I was willing to give. It’s hard to watch the stove while watching your toddler. Then I tried roasting them and it was just so much easier. It’s one of those no fuss recipes that are totally satisfying.

This Oven Roasted Radishes recipe takes advantage of the fresh produce from your garden. After roasting the radishes, they have an almost sweet taste that’s completely different from the sharper raw flavor. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, seafood, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol, paleo and vegan diets.

I used lard in this recipe but you could definitely use an oil of your choice. I used it because lard adds another flavor to the dish. It’s almost buttery. I liked the subtle flavor but it would still taste good if you use a more neutral oil like avocado or olive oil.

This Oven Roasted Radishes recipe takes advantage of the fresh produce from your garden. After roasting the radishes, they have an almost sweet taste that’s completely different from the sharper raw flavor. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, seafood, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol, paleo and vegan diets.This Oven Roasted Radishes recipe takes advantage of the fresh produce from your garden. After roasting the radishes, they have an almost sweet taste that’s completely different from the sharper raw flavor. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, seafood, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol, paleo and vegan diets.

Oven Roasted Radishes
 
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This Oven Roasted Radishes recipe takes advantage of the fresh produce from your garden. After roasting the radishes, they have an almost sweet taste that’s completely different from the sharper raw flavor. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, seafood, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol, paleo and vegan diets.
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Serves: 4 (as a side)
Ingredients
  • 4 bunches of Radishes (about 4 cups), cut into ½ inch pieces
  • 2 tablespoons Lard (coconut oil or extra virgin olive oil would be a good substitute)
  • 1 teaspoon Dried Oregano
  • ½ teaspoon Garlic Powder
  • ½ teaspoon Onion Powder
  • 1 teaspoon Salt
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees.
  2. Add the radishes, lard, oregano, garlic powder, onion powder and salt into a 9x13 baking dish and toss.
  3. Place the baking dish into the oven and let roast for 10 minutes and then toss.
  4. Place back in the oven and let cook for another 10 minutes or until the radishes are fork tender.

This Oven Roasted Radishes recipe takes advantage of the fresh produce from your garden. After roasting the radishes, they have an almost sweet taste that’s completely different from the sharper raw flavor. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, seafood, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol, paleo and vegan diets.This Oven Roasted Radishes recipe takes advantage of the fresh produce from your garden. After roasting the radishes, they have an almost sweet taste that’s completely different from the sharper raw flavor. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, seafood, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol, paleo and vegan diets.
If you like this recipe, be sure to share it on Pinterest or leave a comment below!

 

 

This Oven Roasted Radishes recipe takes advantage of the fresh produce from your garden. After roasting the radishes, they have an almost sweet taste that’s completely different from the sharper raw flavor. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, seafood, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol, paleo and vegan diets.

Slow Cooker Chicken Stock

This is an easy recipe for slow cooker chicken stock to help keep your freezer full of homemade broth. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, shellfish, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol diet/paleo.

I’ve been making this Slow Cooker Chicken Stock recipe for years. I make it at least once a week to keep the freezer stocked. Since I use it in so many recipes, I thought it would be best to show you my recipe for homemade stock. There’s no salt in homemade stock so the flavor is different than most store bought versions.

This is an easy recipe for slow cooker chicken stock to help keep your freezer full of homemade broth. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, shellfish, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol diet/paleo.

Chicken stock is constantly being used in my kitchen. It seemed silly to continuously buy stock at the grocery store when I could just make it from leftovers.

Yes, I make my stock from mostly leftovers. After I make chicken, I store the leftover bones in the freezer. When I’m ready to make the stock, I just pull them out of the freezer and toss it into the slow cooker.

This is an easy recipe for slow cooker chicken stock to help keep your freezer full of homemade broth. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, shellfish, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol diet/paleo.

I also save the tops of carrots to use in stock as well. Don’t save the green tops (they are too astringent for stock), just the ends that normally get thrown away. I keep a bag in the freezer and just fill it up so that they are ready when I need them. You’d be surprised how quickly you can fill up a bag. It’s a great way to reduce food waste in your kitchen.

This is an easy recipe for slow cooker chicken stock to help keep your freezer full of homemade broth. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, shellfish, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol diet/paleo.

I use my Hamilton Beach slow cooker to make this recipe. I’ve had it a few years now and it’s been a workhorse. I use it constantly and haven’t had any issues. However, I’m tempted to get an Instant Pot as it’s become insanely popular. My friend has one and raves about it. It would definitely work for this recipe as well.

This is an easy recipe for slow cooker chicken stock to help keep your freezer full of homemade broth. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, shellfish, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol diet/paleo.This is an easy recipe for slow cooker chicken stock to help keep your freezer full of homemade broth. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, shellfish, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol diet/paleo.

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This is an easy recipe for slow cooker chicken stock to help keep your freezer full of homemade broth. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, shellfish, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol diet/paleo.
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Recipe type: Ingredient
Cuisine: American
Serves: 8-10 cups
Ingredients
  • Bones of 2-3 Chickens (fresh or frozen)
  • 4 Carrots
  • 4 Garlic Cloves, smashed
  • 2 Onions, roughly chopped
  • 2 Bay Leaves
  • 1 tablespoon Black Peppercorns (optional for AIP diet)
  • bunch of Fresh Thyme
  • small bunch of Fresh Oregano
  • small sprig Fresh Rosemary
  • 8-12 cups Water
Instructions
  1. Add all of the ingredients into an 8 quart slow cooker.
  2. Set the slow cooker to cook for 12 hours on low or 6 hours on high.
  3. Let the stock cool slightly then strain the liquid as you pour it into measuring cups.
  4. If you’re freezing the stock, pour them into mason jars (or your preferred storage containers).
  5. Then place the jars into refrigerator to finish cooling before placing them in the freezer.
  6. If you’re using right away, feel free to keep the stock in the measuring cups until you are ready to use.

This is an easy recipe for slow cooker chicken stock to help keep your freezer full of homemade broth. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, shellfish, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol diet/paleo.
If you like this recipe, be sure to share it on Pinterest or leave a comment below!

 

 

This is an easy recipe for slow cooker chicken stock to help keep your freezer full of homemade broth. This recipe is allergy friendly (gluten, dairy, shellfish, nut, egg, and soy free) and suits the autoimmune protocol diet/paleo.