Low Carb Air Fryer Radish Hash Browns are Keto Friendly and seriously delicious. Replace Hash Brown Potatoes with these healthy gems.
So, I have been blogging for almost two years.
My weight is suffering for it, so I have decided to cook more Low Carb recipes and watch my calorie intake over all.
I’ve never been one to eat tons of Fried Foods, as I don’t like greasy stuff; I just eat too much of good food and that puts on weight.
However, using my Air Fryer, has opened up a whole new World of yummy food.
These Air Fryer Radish Hash Browns are such a great substitute for New York Style Coffee Shop Home Fries.
When Radishes are cooked, they lose their bitter taste.
The spiciness also goes away and they seem to take on a totally different flavor.
Some of my other Low Carb recipes are my Pressure Cooker Americana Wedding Soup, Deviled Egg Salad Roll Ups, Pressure Cooker Picadillo Stuffed Delicata Squash, Spaghetti Squash and Meat Sauce, to name a few.
A huge percentage of my recipes are also naturally Gluten Free. Check them out!
I switch back and forth between my Homemade Seasoning and a mix of just few.
What are the Ingredients to Radish Hash Browns/Home Fries?
- Pink Himalayan Salt
- Freshly Ground Peppercorns
- Garlic Power
- Granulated Onion Powder
- TOG Homemade House Seasoning (can be used in lieu of above seasonings)
- Coconut Oil or
- Grapeseed Oil
The Onions can be hand sliced, if desired, but you might cut off a finger if you try to slice all these Radishes with just a knife.
My Food Processor does a really nice job.
I like to leave a bit of the green tops on the Radishes, as they look so pretty.
My husband hates Radishes. I am not a fan of raw either.
He wouldn’t even taste the Radishes that are in my Pressure Cooker Americana Wedding Soup.
🙁 He did eat everything else in the Soup though and loved it. He is so picky.
He did love my Pressure Cooker Chinese Hot & Sour Soup, which is also Low Carb, Keto and Gluten Free.
Dump the Radishes and Onions into a Mixing Bowl.
Add the Oil of your choice.
I used Coconut Oil here. It is great for Air Frying, as it has a high smoke factor.
If you have a good Oil Mister, like my favorite, the Fine Life Oil Mister, spray the Radishes and Onions generously.
When I am cooking something like these Air Fryer Radish Hash Browns, I always make sure to rub Coconut Oil all over the Basket.
Dump the Radishes and Onions in the Air Fryer.
Spread them out as evenly as you can.
I’m using my gorgeous new Red, Cosori Air Fryer, so there is plenty of room to do multiple batches at once!
You can certainly just add the seasonings right into the Air Fryer Basket, if you like.
I prefer to pour the Radishes and Onions back into the Oiled Mixing Bowl.
Add in the Seasonings and mix together well.
Now that the Radishes and Onions are nice and soft, we will cook them at a higher temperature to caramelized them, which will add sweetness.
If you cook them at a high temperature from the beginning, they will dry out and become too crispy, like Chips.
You can see that the Onions and Radishes still have some moisture in them and are also a bit caramelized.
The bitter and spicy flavor of the Radish is gone and they take on a very nice flavor.
I’d explain the flavor if I could think of what it is, but I can’t seem to verbalize the flavor.
They are really good. You won’t miss your Air Fryer Greasy Spoon Home Fries, if you are low carbing it.
However, as a treat, try my Air Fryer Greasy Spoon Home Fries, just to compare.
This is a perfect Low Carb, Keto Breakfast.
The Sunny Side Up Eggs and the Air Fryer Radish Hash Browns have lots of protein, vitamins and nourishment.
The Hubs actually did end up tasting these Air Fryer Radish Home Fries and then “tasted” some more.
Kitchen Equipment and Essentials
- GoWise 7 Quart Air Fryer
- J.A. Henckels Classic 7-inch Hollow Edge Santoku Knife
- Amco Advanced Performance 18/10 Stainless Steel Measuring Spoons
- di Oro Living Silicone Spatulas Set
- Porcelain & Bamboo Salt Box with Spoon
- Gravity Electric Salt and Pepper Grinder
- Fine Life Oil Mister
- My FANTASTIC Teak Cutting & Charcuterie Board & Compartments
- 3.5 Quart Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl
- 11 Cup Food Processor
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Here is the handy printable recipe:
- Wash Radishes well and cut off roots. Trim steams, leaving 1/4-1/2 inch.
- Use a Food Processor or Mandolin and slice the Radishes and Onions.
- Add Coconut Oil and mix well. Grease Air Fryer Basket.
- Add Radishes and Onions to Air Fryer Basket.
- Cook at 360 degrees for 8 minutes, shaking a few times.
- Dump Radishes and Onions back into Mixing Bowl. Add Seasonings to Radishes and Onions and cook at 400 degrees for five minutes, shaking half way through.