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Suggestions for a lot of fresh horseradish leftover from making Bloody Marys? No beet recipes, please.

asked by askann about 8 years ago

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pierino
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added about 8 years ago

Horseradish goes well with oysters or cold, shelled shrimp. Either mignonette or cocktail sauce. Cooked meats, like say beef brisket or corned beef.

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TasteFood
added about 8 years ago

Add it to mashed potatoes or any pureed root vegetable: http://www.tastefoodblog.com/tastefood/2010/10/smashed-potatoes-and-celery-root-with-horseradish.html

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melissav
added about 8 years ago

It is great mixed with creme fraiche (or even greek yogurt), chives, salt and pepper and served with roasted meat or steaks or brisket. I also like to mix some in when making crab cakes.

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Kayb
added about 8 years ago

Jezebel sauce! Pineapple preserves, horseradish, dry mustard, a touch of kosher salt. Heat over very low heat just until everything combines nicely, then cool and refrigerate. Keeps for a couple of weeks. Great with pork, chicken and soft cheeses.

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shaska
added about 8 years ago

make the sauce for sesame peanut noodles. peanut butter, soy sauce, sesame oil, crushed garlic and horseradish. mix with julienned cucumbers, carrots, shredded chicken and noodles.

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Serene
added about 8 years ago

Mixed with mayo, it makes a lovely sandwich spread, and it keeps a long time.

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LynnSomerstein
added about 8 years ago

Mayo and horseradish, mixed together- great on broiled tuna!

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AntoniaJames
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added about 8 years ago

Mix with cream cheese, creme fraiche and tiny bits of crisp bacon. Serve on crackers. Enjoy. ;o)

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askann
added about 8 years ago

Thanks! Lots of options now.

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iuzzini
added about 8 years ago

Mix with mashed potatoes and maybe some sauteed onions as a filling for homemade pierogis! Easy to make and delicious!!

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siny54
added about 8 years ago

spread over salmon, roast in hot oven, very delicious!

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