Creamy Horseradish sauce

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relishes, thermomix

I made horseradish for the first time and will never buy a jar again. What is roast beef without horseradish?

Horseradish gives a pungent kick to heavy cold weather meals- I guess you either love it or hate it. Making a wonderful creamy sauce from grated horseradish is easy in the thermomix. Grate 40g of horseradish and mix in TM bowl with 10ml white wine vinegar, 5 ml English mustard powder, 5g sugar, 80ml crime fraiche.. Mix for 20 seconds speed 5. Season to taste.

Warning: preparation will clear any sinus issues!

Recipe taken from fast and easy cooking.


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