The creamy-tangy combo of vinegar and mayo gets an added boost of zing from prepared horseradish. For longer shelf life, broccoli slaw is a heartier option than traditional shredded cabbage. It will sit and absorb flavors without turning into a soggy mess. Tart honeycrisp is a juicy addition to traditional slaw, but you could substitute with sweeter Honeycrisp or Gala.
Bacon-Horseradish Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs have long been the anchor of Easter tables and church picnics, but their stock is rising. You're more likely to see these stuffed eggs at fancy cocktail hours and featured on brunch menus from barbecue joints to elegant cafés. Adding a zing of spice and flavor to the yolk mixture warms the mouth with each bite and will keep guests reaching for another. Plus, a two-piece serving is only 100 calories.
Broccoli with Cheese Sauce
So your kids love broccoli and cheese? Great! Here's a fun way to add a little pizzazz to the classic side dish: prepared horseradish. A bottle of prepared horseradish goes a long way, and it can add lots of flavor interest to dishes, from soups to cocktails. Next time you're looking to add a little excitement to your chicken and vegetable dinner, spoon a little horseradish into the sauce.
Sure, the classic vinegar-and-oil salad dressing is a weeknight staple that just can't be beat. It's clean, easy to prepare, and endlessly versatile. But if you're short on fresh thyme or just need to mix things up a little bit, try this zippy Horseradish Vinaigrette. It's delicious on a simple side salad, but it would be equally delicious drizzled on steamed or baked vegetables for a simple dressing.
Salmon with Potatoes and Horseradish Sauce
You’ll be surprised at the sophistication of this 5-ingredient dish, which is easy, elegant, and beautiful. You can honestly never go wrong when you start with salmon and a sour cream sauce, especially if that sauce is flavored with dill and horseradish. Fill out the plate and complete the meal with a side of steamed asparagus or haricots verts (slender French green beans), or barely wilted spinach or Swiss chard. If you have a mandoline in your kitchen, use it—carefully—on the potatoes to make the job of slicing go faster.
Mustard-Glazed Salmon with Horseradish Mashed Potatoes
This meal is simple yet so impressive, perfect for a season full of casual entertaining that starts well before Christmas and New Year’s. Luxurious lemon curd is the secret to a fantastic glazed salmon; your guests will be in awe. You can also substitute honey for equally delicious results. A big batch of buttery mashed potatoes starts as a side tonight, then is incorporated into portable casseroles (’tis the season for potlucks, after all). If you don’t have a party to get to, freeze ahead for instant comfort on nights when there’s no time—or energy—to cook.
Classic Horseradish Cream Sauce
Prepared horseradish works well here, but try fresh horseradish root if you can find it; look in the produce aisle of your supermarket during the fall and winter. Tailor the heat and tang of this silky sauce to your taste buds by adding more or less horseradish, pepper, and lemon.
Cumin-Pepper Flank Steak with Horseradish Chimichurri
Chimichurri, the thick herb sauce made popular in Argentina, takes flank steak to the next level. To complete the meal, serve with with whole wheat flour tortillas and sautéed sliced carrots.