Horseradish

 Horseradish Key facts Horseradish is of the same botanical family as mustard, wasabi, broccoli and cabbages. The intact root has no smell, but this is released as it's cut or grated; however, if not mixed with vinegar or another ingredient immediately it loses its potency.

Horseradish is not just a good ingredient for accompanying roast beef or smoked fish, but also for adding flavour to sauces.

It can be difficult to find a good creamed horseradish – what happens to the tear-inducing prickle of freshly grated horseradish once it’s creamed and bottled is a mystery – but English Provender and Wiltshire Tracklements are the best.

 
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