Horseradish Powder

The sharp bite of horseradish is a wonderful compliment to rich foods. This handy powdered horse radish is an easy way to add pungent flavor to cream or cheese sauces, buttery mashed potatoes, or dips.
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For a thick, sharp horseradish sauce, mix 1 part powder with 3 parts water. For more of a sauce, thin out with yogurt, lemon juice or vinegar. For cocktail dipping sauce, add 2 tablespoons horseradish powder to 1 cup catsup. Since the volatile oils that give horseradish its distinctive bite are destroyed by heat, add horseradish after cooking.

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