Horseradish Applesauce

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Horseradish Applesauce
Fresh horseradish, grated just before using, is essential in this dish; bottled versions won’t give the sauce its assertive heat. Homemade applesauce is most effective for this recipe, though good prepared applesauce will do as well. See the recipe for Horseradish Applesauce ». Russell Kaye
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Fresh horseradish, grated just before using, is essential in this dish; bottled versions won't give the sauce its assertive heat. Homemade applesauce is most effective for this recipe, though good prepared applesauce will do as well.

Yield: makes 4 Cups

Ingredients

  • 6"–8" piece of small horseradish root
  • 3 cups Applesauce

Instructions

  • Peel horseradish root. Place applesauce in a large bowl. Grate 2 tbsp. horseradish into applesauce and mix well. Taste, add more horseradish if desired, then serve. (It is best to eat this dish soon after it is made, before the horseradish flavor weakens.)