More aromatic than onions and more potent on the tongue, horseradish is a much-appreciated spice! In the U.S. alone, about 24 million pounds of horseradish root are ground each year to produce about six million gallons of prepared horseradish!

Directions: Powdered horseradish (the dried and ground root) can be reconstituted with water or sprinkled into foods that have enough liquid to reconstitute the spice. You can even sprinkle it like any other spice into dressings, sour cream, sauces, etc. Horseradish isn't aromatic until it's been cut or crushed--then watch out. Adding vinegar to the root stabilizes the flavor after crushing, though, so to tone down its bite, add vinegar early on in your recipes.

uggested Uses:
A popular condiment--especially among German, Russian and Middle Eastern cooks-- for fish and meat, horseradish is considered the perfect accompaniment for rich or fatty foods, like beef, steaks and venison or strong fish. Try it with any meat, seafood, poultry, soups, pasta and dressings (especially vinaigrettes). Serve it in zingy mustards, spreads, relishes, dips and sauces to serve over vegetables (asparagus, in particular). Mix it into potato or cucumber salad, coleslaw, mashed potatoes, sour cream, or tomato juice. In Austria, horseradish is often mixed with sour, grated apples for use as a relish to serve with meat. It's also a traditional ingredient in British Yorkshire pudding and in the drink Bloody Mary.

Horseradish Root Powder

Horseradish Root Powder
  • Brand: Frontier Bulk
    Botanical Name: Armoracia rusticana P. Gaertn., B. Mey & J. Scherbius
    SuggestedUses: The grated root is used in condiments such as seafood sauce, salads, as sauce for roast beef, and in Russian, and Middle Eastern cooking.
    Origin: Germany
    Kosher: Kosher
    Size: 1 lb
    Package: Bulk Bag
    Introduction Date: 1982-12-01

    Common Name: Horseradish Root
    Plant Part: Root
    Cut: Powder
    Bar Code: 0-89836-00207-5
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