• Sunday, March 24, 2019

Horseradish Uses

March 13, 2012


For most, horseradish only makes an appearance in a Sunday morning Bloody Mary or holiday cocktail sauce. And that spoonful of pasty white goo isn’t a true representation of the root vegetable, but rather a prepared pulp that’s not nearly as delicious as the real thing. Fresh horseradish is available at most gourmet markets, and once the outer bark is removed you can grate the root to make your own sauce (for the aforementioned Bloody Mary), add to marinades, or give some kick to your mashed potatoes.