Recipe Challenge Day 17- Homemade Horseradish Sauce

There is nothing like a great piece of meat that melts in your mouth! Rarely do I use sauce with meat, the kids slob it all over the meat but I enjoy the taste of the meat itself. I recently tried horseradish sauce and fell in love with it! I had a hot blend which literally would clear your sinuses if you didn’t heed the warning of “less is more” . Best piece of advice right there if you happen to have a hot blend of this sauce on your hand. burned my nose, and what did I do? Went back for more of course.

A friend gave me this recipe, and it was tricky to make as I had to look for the root needed. Turns out stores don’t always have this , so the recipe just sat there waiting to be made for awhile. It’s easy to make as well and you will enjoy it!


12 ounce fresh horseradish root which have been washed and peeled ( mine were already peeled but I washed them again)
1 cup vinegar
1/2 teaspoon canning salt
4 ounce canning jars with lids and rings
  Using a fine grater, grate the horseradish into a bowl. It will make a little less than 2 cups Add vinegar and salt and stir well. Firmly pack into canning jars leaving 1/2 inch head space. Secure lids and rings.  Place in the refrigerator for three to four months or in the freezer for longer.


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