This intensely spicy root vegetable has been playing a quiet yet pivotal role for eons, adding flavor to basic recipes: A Bloody Mary would be just peppery tomato juice without a spoonful, and cocktail sauce a mere shadow of itself. Grated and stored in vinegar, the condiment was one of our very first convenience foods, and we think it’s high time to let its zesty flag fly freely.
Gold's is additive-free, with grated bits that are neither too fine nor too thick, and the heat level is just right.
4 Delicious Ways to Work Horseradish
Salad with Citrus-Horseradish Dressing
With Bibb lettuce, peas, mint leaves, and chopped almonds, this is salad for spring. The dressing takes it in a bold direction -- it's a piquant, gusty mix of lemon and lime zest and horseradish.
Horseradish Parsnip-and-Potato Rosti
Not just for breakfast, though yes it would be delicious then, this potato-and-parsnip pancake would also be great for lunch or dinner. Using two root vegetables and adding horseradish are genius upgrades on the all-potato classic.
Artichokes with Horseradish Butter
For those who love both artichokes and horseradish, there's this kicked-up dip: a horseradish butter to dunk artichoke leaves in.
We love pimiento cheese, so we couldn't help but try a new take on the lively spread. Serve this easy-to-make appetizer with crackers at your next party.