An appetizer that’s healthy, tasty, easy and looks fancy? Now that’s impressive. Your company will think you spent all day on these bites: radish slices topped with pea purée. They taste like springtime and are full of bright, fresh flavors, plus they look so pretty. Inspired by this recipe from Good Housekeeping, I’ve modified it to my own liking over the years. Here’s how to make them yourself:
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Omg this recipe looks so delicious! Definitely want to try this!
Try it! Try it! It’s so easy I promise. Thanks for reading. xx
So gorgeous! Also, where is the cutting board from?
Thank you! So I snagged this cutting board at Marshalls so I couldn’t include it in the Shop the Post below. Hope you can find it!
Totally trying this! I love healthy and easy to make appetizers. This one is definitely an unexpected combination of ingredients. =)
Hello! Thank you for your amazing recipes! They’re super healthy and easy to make. Saute in olive oil minced garlic and chopped tarragon leaves in a saute pan until soft. Stirring occasionally, cook over medium heat until the garlic and tarragon are well-infused with the olive oil.