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Horseradish, Uncle Irving's - pareve

Posted by : Kay Hartman

This is Uncle Irving's recipe for red horseradish.  To make white 
horseradish, omit the beets.  If you've never made horseradish 
before, be careful when you open the food processor.  The freshly 
ground radish is very potent.

Kay

Uncle Irving's Horseradish

1 pound horseradish
2 large beets
1 tablespoon sugar
1 to 2 tablespoons Kosher salt [We used 2]
2/3 cup white vinegar
1/3 cup water

Cut the horseradish into chunks.  Cut the beets into chunks.  

In the food processor, scraping the sides of the bowl occasionally,
process the horseradish, sugar, salt, vinegar, and water until the
mixture is finely chopped.

Add the beets, continuing to process, until the beets are finely 
chopped and you achieve the color you want.  We did not add 2 full 
beets.  Somewhere around 1 1/4 beets the color was a beautiful red 
and we stopped.

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