Creamy Lemon Horseradish Dip
Sure, this dip tastes great with crudité. But we also love it slathered onto bread, topped with thinly sliced beef and a handful of fresh arugula. Don’t skimp on any of the ingredients—buttermilk and lemon juice add tang, while chives lend a subtle onion flavor. Finish with freshly ground black pepper.
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Horseradish-Crusted Beef Tenderloin
This flavorful rub comes together in minutes, and provides a crisp, spicy crust for the juicy piece of meat. The horseradish flavor is pronounced, but isn’t overpowering. Serve as a main dish for dinner, or pack it for lunch as a sammie on a crusty, chewy roll.
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Quick-Pickled Horseradish Beets
This heat-free, hands-off pickling method is simply genius. Toss thinly sliced beets with sugar, horseradish, and salt, then let stand to infuse the beets with flavor. After about a half an hour, rinse and drain the beets, then enjoy them on a salad, on a charcuterie platter, or with cured salmon.
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