Let’s discover the horseradish sauce, a horseradish cream perfect for roasted and boiled meats and croutons. Quick and cheap to make but with an unmistakable taste.
There is nothing more delicious than accompanying grilled and boiled meats with a tasty sauce or a spicy sauce. As an alternative to the classic green sauce, let’s try to make the horseradish sauce, a horseradish cream, originally from Piedmont, Emilia Romagna, Trentino, Veneto, Friuli and beyond. For example, there is a very similar version of this accompanying sauce also in Austria and Hungary. It is typical of peasant cuisine , made up of poor, cheap but very tasty ingredients. Horseradish is a root with an intense flavor that grows in the garden or in the woods in the wild. It is also called horseradish, or rustic horseradish.
If you have never tasted it, we will explain how horseradish is made and you will certainly add it to your cookbook among the quick and easy recipes to make to accompany aperitifs and appetizers .
Preparation of the recipe for horseradish sauce
- Wash the horseradish root with fresh water, carefully removing all traces of dirt and soil.
- Dry it well, then peel it with a potato peeler or scrape the surface with a knife. Finely grate all the horseradish in a bowl.
- Add the chopped breadcrumbs and the vinegar. Also add the olive oil, sugar and salt to your taste.
- With clean hands, mix the ingredients until you get a homogeneous and compact dough.
- Place the mixture obtained in a serving bowl and serve at the table, to accompany boiled or roasted meat and fish, or to enhance hard-boiled eggs.
How to use horseradish
If you have never tasted it, we will explain how horseradish is made and you will certainly add it to your cookbook among the quick and easy recipes to make to accompany aperitifs and appetizers . Its taste is aromatic and pungent and goes well with both structured red wines and light white wines. Normally this horseradish sauce is prepared to accompany grilled meats, boiled meats, roasts, fish, toasted bread and hard-boiled eggs. Cleaning this vegetable is simple. Just clean the peel from any earth residues and then peel it like a potato, with the help of a knife or a carrot peeler . Having learned this last trick to make the most of this horseradish, let’s go to the kitchen and find out how to make horseradish, in no time.
To store your horseradish sauce, place it in a clean container with an airtight lid. Before storing it in the fridge, cover the surface with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. The sauce can be stored like this for a week.
Also try the green sauce recipe!
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