Horseradish Sauce, No. 2 Recipe

Horseradish Sauce, No. 2 Recipe

Horseradish sauce is a delicious and tangy condiment that pairs well with various dishes, adding a unique and spicy flavor. In this recipe, we will be making Horseradish Sauce No. 2, a flavorful sauce that combines the heat of horseradish with the richness of onions, spices, and vinegar. This sauce is perfect for enhancing the taste of meats, sandwiches, and even roasted vegetables.

Before we dive into the recipe, let's take a moment to learn about the history of horseradish sauce and some fun facts about this incredible condiment.

History and Fun Facts
Horseradish sauce has a long and interesting history. It dates back to ancient times, where it was used for both culinary and medicinal purposes. The ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians used horseradish for its medicinal properties, believing it to have healing and detoxifying effects.

Horseradish sauce gained popularity in Europe during the Middle Ages and was often served alongside roasted meats. It eventually made its way to America with European immigrants and became a staple in many American households.

Did you know that horseradish sauce is a natural remedy for congestion? Its pungent aroma can help clear nasal passages and provide relief from sinus issues.

Now, let's get cooking and make our Horseradish Sauce, No. 2!

- 1 tablespoon of fat (such as butter or oil)
- 1/4 onion, chopped
- 1 tablespoon of cracker meal or flour
- 2 tablespoons of grated horseradish
- Soup stock (amount may vary, approximately 1 cup)
- 1 tablespoon of brown sugar
- 2 cloves
- 2 bay leaves
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 2 tablespoons of vinegar
- Additional horseradish, sugar, and vinegar as needed


1. Start by heating the fat in a frying pan over medium heat. Once hot, add the chopped onion and fry until it becomes light brown and fragrant.

2. Next, add the cracker meal or flour to the pan and stir it into the onions. Allow it to brown slightly, enhancing the flavor and texture of the sauce.

3. Now, it's time to add the grated horseradish to the mixture. Stir well to combine the flavors and let it cook for a minute or two.

4. Gradually pour in the soup stock, stirring continuously to avoid lumps. The amount of stock needed may vary depending on your desired consistency, but aim for approximately 1 cup.

5. Add the brown sugar, cloves, bay leaves, salt, pepper, and vinegar to the sauce. These ingredients will add depth and balance to the horseradish flavor. Adjust the amount of sugar and vinegar to suit your taste.

6. Allow the sauce to simmer for a few minutes, allowing the flavors to meld together. Take this opportunity to taste the sauce and adjust the seasonings if necessary.

7. Lastly, add an additional tablespoon of horseradish to the sauce for an extra kick. If desired, you can also add a bit more sugar or vinegar to balance the flavors.

8. Once the sauce is well combined and the flavors have developed, it is ready to be served. You can now place the meat of your choice in the sauce and cover on the back of the stove until ready to serve. If using a gas stove, place the pan over a simmering flame to keep warm.

Horseradish Sauce, No. 2 pairs exceptionally well with roast beef, pork, or even grilled vegetables. It adds a zesty and robust flavor that enhances any dish it accompanies.

Similar Recipe Dishes:
1. Creamy Horseradish Sauce: This version combines mayonnaise, sour cream, horseradish, and seasonings for a rich and creamy sauce that works well with sandwiches and burgers.

2. Horseradish Aioli: By combining horseradish with garlic, mayonnaise, lemon juice, and herbs, you can create a flavorful and versatile dipping sauce that goes well with seafood, fries, and vegetables.

3. Horseradish Mustard: This recipe combines the zing of horseradish with the tang of mustard, creating a tasty and spicy condiment that can be used on sandwiches, hot dogs, and sausages.

Experiment with these variations and find the perfect horseradish sauce to elevate your favorite meals!

Enjoy your homemade Horseradish Sauce, No. 2, and impress your family and friends with its unique and bold flavors.



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