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Radish Chips

I bet you didn’t know you could make homemade chips out of radishes. Here’s a simple recipe that makes a delicious little treat you’ll love.

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Radishes are an ingredient that I haven’t used much in the past. I usually only add them to salads and sometimes to refrigerator pickles for a spicy kick. They have such a wonderful flavor I’ve been trying to think of new ways to make them. 

I pick up a bunch of radishes every time I head to the farmer’s market. I think they are one of the prettiest items there. They are always displayed prominently at my market, and I just can’t resist coming home with a bunch.

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Yesterday I was trying to think up of new ways to serve those beautiful radishes I get every week, and I decided to try and fry them up and make mini sized chips. 

It was a really simple process. I made them the same way you would make a homemade potato chip. I sliced them very thin, boiled them until they were translucent and then fried them until crispy. 

Lastly, I garnished them with sea salt before serving. They make a fun little side dish to a sandwich or salad or even a fun little appetizer before dinner.

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