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4 Horseradish Recipes to Wring You Tears of Joy


These horseradish recipes will not kill the much-dreaded Coronavirus but one thing we know for sure; this buddy really helps with the cold. It is a hot natural antibiotic that is packed with Vitamin C and it supports the body’s immune system.

Health benefits aside, the unmistakable flavor of horseradish makes it a perfect choice for flavoring your foods. We’ve used it to upgrade some of our salmon and beef dishes but don’t stop there with your own horseradish recipes. Use this wonder of nature all the time. This being said, why don’t you try these sauces?

4 horseradish recipes to boost your immune system

1. Salmon Cured in Beetroot and Horseradish (Gravlax)

Aside from the 36 hours needed to cure the salmon, this dish should only take 15 minutes of your time tops. But it’ll so much worth the wait. Let’s build on the traditional gravlax curing mixture of salt, sugar, and dill by tossing juicy beetroot and spiking the whole thing with horseradish, lemon, and vodka. The oily salmon meat will wonderfully borrow these flavors.


2. Beef Salad with Horseradish and Yogurt Sauce

Instead of eating the usual steak with salad, try an improved version of this dish: a beef salad which has sun-dried tomatoes, yellow romano beans, and baby spinach! Serve it with a spicy sauce made with horseradish and yogurt. Are you following the Montignac diet? No worries, this dish is made for you!


3. Prawn and Salmon Salad with Horseradish Sauce

A nice and fresh salad, just perfect for a light Valentine’s Day dinner. But not only is it light, it is also full of delicious flavors. It has wine and chili flavored prawns, smoked salmon, and a delicious horseradish sauce that goes just perfect with seafood. Try it and enjoy it!


4. Steak Tartare with Horseradish and Capers

The first thing you need to do when making a good steak tartare at home is making sure of having fresh meat at your disposal. You can buy it already minced, or mince it at home using a sharp knife. The next thing you need to do is choose the rest of the ingredients. We’ve added a bit of Dijon mustard, horseradish, capers, onion, and spices for this recipe.


Well, I love to eat! I guess I always did. Tasty foods, traditional foods, fast-foods, healthy foods, and, again, not so healthy ones. You name it. However, in time I kind of built on this habit and, slowly but surely, I began to turn toward the Mediterranean cuisine and, occasionally, even the Mediterranean diet. I am a curious and inquisitive person. So, pretty soon, I started trying to recreate what I’ve tasted or seen. At first, this proved to be hard work for my better half, as she supervised my new experiments. But lately, the results really started to show, so wish me luck!

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