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Tzatziki & Radish Toast

Tzatziki & Radish Toast

 In a breakfast rut?  There are days on end when I wake up & want the same thing each morning – big mug of strong coffee with a bit of whole milk, (actually with orange peel if I remember to add it) & then a super big mug of Bragg Apple Cider Hot Tonic.  My tonic has fresh ginger, fresh lemon, apple cider, honey & hot water to which I add whatever I am feelin’ that morning: fresh turmeric, ground cayenne, orange. 

It takes about an hour or more until I feel ready to tackle food. & here’s an unsurprising fact about me – I’d rather skip most typical American breakfast foods. They are cloyingly sweet, processed, or super greasy & way too much food. I like veggies & some protein most mornings so spinach & eggs is a typical plate for me.  But if I have inspiration or super ingredients in the fridge it’s gonna be salty over sweet & with herbs, not berries. So here is one of my favorites – Tzatziki & Radish Toast, sweeties, for you to try. The Tzatziki is creamy, the radish is bright, the bread is hearty in an old-world way, & the flaky sea salt perks all the flavors right up.

This is a super simple recipe of toast with my Tzatziki Sauce,  Tzatziki and other sauces and dressings can be found in Fill Yer Fridge section of this blog here

Tzatziki & Radish Toast


Tzatziki Sauce

Tzatziki and other sauces and dressings can be found in Fill Yer Fridge section of this blog. ‎

Fresh Dill, little bit for toast garnish

Dark Bread such as Rye, Pumpernickel, or Whole Wheat (I’m spoiled by my husband who bakes all our bread)

Radishes, trimmed & sliced

Flaky Sea Salt



Slice & lightly toast bread


Shmeer (spread) tzatziki sauce on toast. Top with radish slices, a few dill sprigs & a sprinkle of sea salt.


Ta Da! You’re Done!


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