How do you use raw horseradish?
The easiest way to use horseradish is to simply cut off the brown peel and shred or grate some fresh horseradish to serve with roasted meats or as a flavoring for hearty soups or stews.
Shred as close to serving time as possible, since horseradish turns bitter and discolors within a few hours..
Can you eat raw horseradish?
You can eat horseradish raw, pickled or cooked, but it is most often added as a condiment to sauces. Horseradish is at its strongest and most biting when it is freshly grated.
What can I use horseradish for?
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How do you preserve fresh horseradish?
To keep prepared horseradish at its flavorful best, store it in a tightly covered jar in the refrigerator or freezer. It will keep its quality for approximately four to six months in the refrigerator and longer in the freezer. To keep it hot, keep it cold.