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Old 06-03-2019, 03:19 AM   #1
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Horseradish powder

I can almost never find fresh horseradish around here. I would like to try horseradish powder. Have you used it?

Any tips? Anything special I should check for when buying it on the web? Is there a brand you would recommend?

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Old 06-03-2019, 10:55 AM   #2
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I have some from Penzey's Taxi, but have yet to actually use it. I'll be interested in your responses, and sorry I'm of no help.
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Does anyone else have any experience with horseradish powder?
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Wasabi is a specific kind of horseradish. It is expensive and hard to find. If you order 'wasabi horseradish powder' from amazon, you will get a mixture of regular horseradish powder with mustard seed powder. I use to to make the fake wasabi paste for sushi.


It would also work in a horseradish cream sauce.
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Wasabi is a specific kind of horseradish. It is expensive and hard to find. If you order 'wasabi horseradish powder' from amazon, you will get a mixture of regular horseradish powder with mustard seed powder. I use to to make the fake wasabi paste for sushi.


It would also work in a horseradish cream sauce.
Thanks for the info. Doesn't it also have green colouring? I'm just looking for regular horseradish for a variety of recipes, mostly Danish ones.
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yes: Horseradish, mustard, corn starch, ascorbic acid, (for color retention), artificial color (FD&C yellow #5, FD&C blue #1), citric acid
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This is what I have from Penzey's Taxi.

https://www.penzeys.com/online-catal...24/p-1029/pd-s
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This is what I have from Penzey's Taxi.

https://www.penzeys.com/online-catal...24/p-1029/pd-s
Is there anything in it other than horseradish? I can get that one at Amazon.ca. Then I avoid customs and customs brokers. It costs about the same, but the shipping is about twice as much as the product. I should check if there are other Penzey's spices that could be shipped at the same time.
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Is there anything in it other than horseradish? I can get that one at Amazon.ca. Then I avoid customs and customs brokers. It costs about the same, but the shipping is about twice as much as the product. I should check if there are other Penzey's spices that could be shipped at the same time.

Nope, it's 100% ground horseradish. This is another spice source I like a lot, and it's free shipping, although I don't know if that's to Canada.
https://www.myspicesage.com/horserad...SAAEgIa4PD_BwE


Hey, let's make some Bloody Mary's with it!!

https://www.myspicesage.com/recipe/index/index/id/1651
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Nope, it's 100% ground horseradish. This is another spice source I like a lot, and it's free shipping, although I don't know if that's to Canada.
https://www.myspicesage.com/horserad...SAAEgIa4PD_BwE


Hey, let's make some Bloody Mary's with it!!

https://www.myspicesage.com/recipe/index/index/id/1651
My Spice Sage doesn't ship to Puerto Rico or outside the US. Oh well. Thanks for the info on the Penzey's single ingredient.

I will need to find a recipe for something similar to a bloody Mary that doesn't have tomato. I had 3 or 4 grape tomatoes yesterday and today my body is gently saying I shouldn't have eaten them. BTW, have you ever tried a bloody Caesar? Same thing as a bloody Mary, but using clamato instead of tomato juice. They are really nice. Or a bloody Maria? Same thing as a bloody Mary, but tequila instead of vodka.
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