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|Flavor:||Typical Of Horseradish||Product Name:||Horseradish Main Root|
|Ingredient:||100% Pure Horseradish||Pesticide Residue:||None|
|Salmonella:||Negative||Processing Type:||Peeled, White Raw Material|
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Chinese Fresh Horseradish Main Root Special For Japanese Cuisine
|Product Name||Fresh horseradish main root|
|Product Type||Peeled, White raw material|
|Ingredient||100% pure Horseradish|
|Flavor||Typical of horseradish|
|Coliform||100 CFU/G MAX|
A fresh horseradish root has got to be one of the ugliest items in the produce section of our grocery stores. But, this unsightly root makes the most wonderful Fresh Horseradish Aioli Sauce that compliments perfectly with prime rib roast or a nice juicy steak. It is also delicious as a spread for sandwiches or over steamed/roasted vegetables. A true aioli is a garlic infused mayonnaise from France and one of the best sauces to dip a french fry into. Aioli can be adapted and flavored in many ways with the addition of herbs and spices. Our recipe for Lemon-Dill Aioli Sauce is one of our favorites and we use it to accompany fish of any kind. This fresh horseradish aioli sauce is perfect with beef. I’m dying to try it with a beef french-dip sandwich!
Although horseradish root will keep for a week or two in the refrigerator, it begins to dry out and loose flavor as it ages. I am betting that horseradish root is not one of the items that you purchase on a regular basis so have the produce guy cut off a smallish piece, about three or four inches long. Our recipe requires about three tablespoons of grated horseradish. At nearly $10 per pound you don’t want to purchase more than you need.
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