Ranch Butter-Dipped Radishes

If you're looking for new ways to serve up radishes, we've got an idea for you! Try The Kitchen's Ranch Butter-Dipped Radishes and combine the creamy, cool and tangy flavors of ranch butter with the fresh crispness of peppery radishes.

 

Radishes dipped in ranch-butter, as seen on Food Network's The Kitchen.

Photo by: David Katz

David Katz

Start with clean and dried radishes, greens trimmed off, leaving just about 1/4 inch for a little handle.

Stir ranch-flavored powder into melted butter at a ratio of 5 teaspoons of powder per stick of butter.

Let the butter cool to a creamy, thick consistency--about 15 minutes. Dip the radishes one at a time into the ranch butter mixture. Place on a baking sheet lined with parchment or wax paper and let set until the butter hardens slightly.

These make the perfect self-contained 2-bite appetizer!

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