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Horseradish Powder

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A shady root of questionable background as it is neither a horse nor a radish.

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Horseradish has been used for culinary purposes as far back as 1500 BC where ancient Egyptian tomes speak of a pungent root. Horseradish had made its way from the far frozen northlands of Eurasia where Serbian tribes roamed far before anything like Russia or even Keivan Rus’ (Russia’s ancient predecessor) existed.

Horseradish root is pungent, hot, acrid, and very mustard-like. Indeed, when fresh it can cause the eyes to water and the nose to run. Horseradish was believed by many culture to ease sore joints, remedy colds, and functioned as an aphrodisiac (likely due to the fact that its pungency causes sweating and increased heart rate, similar to what you might experience when you talked to your secret crush in high school).

In food, powdered horseradish is commonly used as a rub for beef or added to hamburger. It is sometimes utilized as a substitute for wasabi powder. Powdered horseradish has been added to sauces for oysters, but we find this easily knocks out the briny flavor of the oysters themselves.

For a simple horseradish sauce, combine 1 1/2 parts water, 1 part horseradish powder, and ½ part lemon juice. Use it over steaks for the best effect. For a jaunty brunch application, add a pinch of powdered horseradish to a Bloody Mary.

Additional Info
Ingredients Horseradish
Basic Preparation Ready to use as is, no preparation is necessary.
Recommended Applications Use as is to flavor breading, or rehydrate to use in a variety of dishes. Give a kick to potato dishes or add a tang to various sauces. Add it to prepared horseradish to increase the heat.
Taste & Aroma Hot, Smoky
Product Style Powder
Cuisine Austrian, European, German, Russian
Handling / Storage Store in a cool, dry place.
Shelf Life 2 Years
Qualities All Natural, Gluten-Free, Kosher Parve, Non-GMO
Country of Origin China
Dietary Notes No


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