Spring has finally sprung and I am so excited to dive into all of the fresh produce with this Spring Toast with Radishes, Pea Shoots and Feta.
Fresh pea shoots paired with crunchy radishes and feta on toasted sourdough, plus a sprinkle of red chile flakes makes the perfect Spring bite!
Toasts are so versatile; you can mix and match different toppings based on the season and they’re also great to serve guests when entertaining!
I absolutely love this Springtime combination of flavours; you can find radishes and pea shoots readily available at the grocery store or market.
The creamy feta is layered on a piece of toasted sourdough, then topped with all of the crunchy vegetables for a refreshing and satisfying bite.
Spring Toast with Radishes, Pea Shoots and Feta
Fresh pea shoots paired with crunchy radishes and feta on toasted sourdough plus a sprinkle of red chile flakes make this Spring Toast the perfect Springtime bite for lunch, a light dinner or as an appetizer when entertaining!
- 4 slices sourdough toasted
- extra virgin olive oil
- 1/4 cup greek yogurt
- 1/2 cup feta cheese crumbled
- 1/2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
- 1 tsp lemon juice
- pinch pepper
- 1-2 ounces fresh pea shoots
- 5 radishes sliced
- red chile flakes for garnish
- 1/4 lemon
- 1/4 cup feta crumbled, for garnish
Pre-heat oven to 350F.
Place bread slices on a parchment paper-lined baking sheet and brush each slice with olive oil.
Toast bread for 7 minutes.
Prep your vegetables and reserve 12 slices of radishes to top each toast.
Use a fork to mix together greek yogurt, feta cheese, pinch of pepper, lemon juice and olive oil, breaking up the feta with the fork as you mix.
Once toast is slightly cooled, top each slice with 2 tbsp of the feta mixture, a layer of radishes (dividing all of the radishes between the bread slices), pea shoots, 3 slices of radishes, a pinch of red chile flakes, squeeze of lemon and sprinkle of feta crumbles.
- Serve these Spring toasts as single slices for a meal OR cut in halves or thirds to serve as appetizers when entertaining guests!
These Spring Toasts would make a delicious lunch, a light dinner or cut them in half to serve to guests at your next get-together.
Each season I love coming up with different toast topping combinations, both sweet and savoury bites and one of my summer favourites is my Summer Berries on Toasted Sourdough!
Until the next cooking adventure,