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01-26-2019 08:47 PM
That’s looks good!
So it can be blended into things...hummmm.
I didn’t know if you had to eat it separately like Wasabi
or could be blended in things like..sriracha or salsa.
01-26-2019 09:04 PM
My mother always made a horseradish sauce for beef roasts and prime rib. There are many recipes on the web I make it myself tho I very seldom make beef roasts.
Also I keep a jar of the prepared horseradish in the fridge for spicing up my home made dressings for burgers and it’s good in egg salad (just a tiny dab).
01-26-2019 09:07 PM - edited 01-26-2019 09:35 PM
I buy the jarred horseradish, and use it in mashed potatoes. I would like to try the actual root.
I also use it when I make cocktail sauce for shrimp.
01-26-2019 09:15 PM - edited 01-26-2019 09:23 PM
I keep a jar in the fridge to make cocktail sauce for shrimp cocktail.
I do make my own from the root when I remember to buy it. Clears your sinuses.
01-26-2019 09:43 PM
I wouldn't eat it straight, like wasabi. I buy it in the jar and make cocktail sauce for shrimp. You are better to start with a teaspoon worth, not heeping, stir it in and have a little taste. It won't take long before you get an idea if you use more than one teaspoon worth. I like it with some bite and have ended up with 5 alarm.
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