Radish and Butter Crostini

Radish and Butter Crostini

This recipe was once again inspired by Lindsay of { fleur de sel }.  I was intrigued by her Radishes with Butter and Salt recipe that I thought I’d give this one a try using my Homemade Butter.  What makes this dish really stand out is the good quality butter.  I love the freshness from the butter and the crunch from the radishes.  The butter (if using a good one) doesn’t make it oily or heavy.  Plus, this is such a beautiful and easy dish to make when you have company over.  Or a quick and easy snack to make for yourself in the afternoon.  Enjoy!

Radish and Butter Crostini

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  • 10-12 radishes (I used French radishes.  If you are using regular radishes, you’ll only need about 5-7 of them), thinly sliced
  • 1 baguette, sliced
  • homemade butter
  • fleur de sel
  • organic micro greens for garnish


Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.  Place baguette slices in a large baking sheet and bake for 5-7 minutes.  Slather butter over the warm baguette slices and sprinkle fleur de sel.  Place sliced radishes on top until most of the surface areas are covered.  Garnish with micro greens and serve.

Radish and Butter Crostini


33 thoughts on “Radish and Butter Crostini

  1. I’ve never even heard of French radishes until now. How would you say they compare with the “regular” ones? They look great!

  2. This brings back memories of my Mom making finger sandwiches with radishes straight from the garden with just a slice of bread and butter. I remember them being so good! Love the photos Anne!

  3. Seriously? French radishes are less spicy. Unusually for me I’m not overly keen on radish, but that’s probably because there’s only one type for sale here and those are small round ones. I do like their crunch, though.

  4. Anne, this is a wonderful treat. I have never seen French radishes. I love baguette recipes and this is a delicious & gorgeous treat. Of course the both of you have the entire homemade butter going too!! You are so amazing 🙂

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