Wow your senses with these fantastic horseradish recipes. Be it sandwiches, hot dogs, steaks, or fish; there’s nothing this root veggie can’t handle.
The plant itself is in the mustard and wasabi family, which is why it has such a robust spicey flavor.
And below, you’ll find tons of fun and different ways to use it, ranging from pasta salad to hummus.
So, if you’re looking for some creative and delicious meals, you’re in luck! I’ve compiled 20 (yes 20!) horseradish recipes to tingle your tastebuds.
If you’re a fan of Arby’s classic sauce, then here’s a handy-dandy way to make it yourself!
No trip to the drive-thru required!
This sauce is the perfect condiment to slather on sammies, burgers, hot dogs – you name it!
Best of all, you can make a bunch to have on hand for a long time.
Reubens are such a comfort food for me.
There’s something so great about the mixture of tangy sauerkraut, zesty horseradish, and juicy black forest ham.
This recipe helps you to create the ultimate Reuben with Russian horseradish sauce.
Each bite is a gift handed down to you from the gods.
This copycat Burger King Zesty Sauce tastes almost like the original, except you don’t have to leave your kitchen to enjoy it!
It’s a great dipping sauce for french fries, onion rings, or even sweet potato fries!
Your next Superbowl party will not be complete without this zingy side.
Horseradish and fish are a match made in heaven.
Sometimes, fish can end up tasting a little on the bland side, especially if you have a simple white fillet.
But this recipe ensures you get the most flavor in every bite.
The crumb-crusted salmon has a fantastic texture that’s only accentuated by the powerful punch of the horseradish.
What’s not to love about a classic roast beef sandwich? It’s such an amazing dish that will always have a special place in my heart.
It’s also one of my favorite ways to let horseradish shine.
Together with the caramelized onions and Havarti cheese, this is one succulent sandwich that will make your lunch that much better.
If you want to shake up classic mashed potatoes, then this is the recipe for you!
These horseradish mashed potatoes taste like the classic cozy comfort food we all know in love, but with a bit of a twist.
The bite of horseradish adds a tasty kick to the creamy potatoes. Feel free to go as hard as you want with the spice depending on preferences.
This delicious recipe is just screaming to be made on a cold winter evening.
The hoppy beer and bright horseradish make this hearty stew extra special.
It will warm up your bones and make you feel full and satisfied.
I’m willing to argue anyone under the table that pimento cheese is one of the great appetizers of our era.
It’s jam-packed with flavor, spice, and everything nice. Plus, it works well in everything from salads to sandwiches.
Slather it on a cracker or some toasted baguettes, and you’ve got yourself a winning hors d’oeuvre.
Looking to spice up your hummus game? Try this delicious horseradish recipe!
We’ve all had garlic hummus, roasted red pepper, and even shallot-infused hummus, but get ready for something even better.
It tastes similar to the hummus we all know and love, but with an interesting tang.
All you need are some baby carrots to scoop up this delicious spread.
One bite of this recipe, and you’ll never purchase store-bought tartar sauce again!
It’s so easy to whip up and makes every dish that much better.
Next time you want to take a crack at homemade fish and chips, be sure to add some of this tasty sauce too.
This recipe creates a hot, zesty condiment for fish, meat, or even sandwiches.
Not only does it taste amazing, but the deep fuchsia color shines from your plate and adds a little sparkle to any dish.
This fresh horseradish aioli sauce has a bite of garlic to create a condiment that tingles the senses.
It has endless uses, too! I’ll be dipping my fries in this wonderous sauce tonight, but maybe tomorrow I’ll try it on a sandwich for lunch.
13. Remoulade Sauce
The Louisiana staple has never been so easy to recreate!
Remoulade is the kind of sauce you see in restaurants, but hardly ever at home, which is a shame because it goes well with pretty much everything!
I often have it on wraps, in tacos, and even on pizza!
It’s a beautiful recipe to have on hand, especially for summer barbeques. And it’s crazy-easy to make, so give it a try!
Speaking of recreating this easy sauce, did I mention it also pairs perfectly with shrimp?
If you like seafood with a spicy kick, I think you’ll love this easy and colorful pasta salad.
The great thing about sheet pan recipes is that they’re crazy-quick to throw together. Simply toss everything onto a tray and bake.
That said, it can get a little tedious when you use the same old recipe.
Luckily, with this honey, horseradish, chicken, and asparagus dinner, you’ll be anything but bored.
In this delicious dish, horseradish pairs with pepperoncini peppers to create something fiery and zesty.
If you live for heat, this recipe will undoubtedly shake up your everyday pasta salad.
Of course, you might want to keep it away from the kids!
Some of us love sweet carrots in cake, and others like them savory. If you’re part of the latter crowd, you’ll love this recipe for sure.
These baked horseradish carrots are full of savory flavors with the added edge of horseradish to keep things interesting.
Serve these bad boys your next Thanksgiving dinner, and your guests will definitely thank you.
If you love sweet and savory food as much as I do, then this zesty grilled ham steak will rock your world.
The brown sugar and horseradish glaze creates the perfect succulent spread that the meat soaks up like a sponge.
If you want to serve something different for a holiday dinner, this recipe will shake things up in the best way possible.
Are you looking for a creative hors d’oeuvre to serve at your next cocktail party? Or maybe you want another side dish to serve at brunch?
This smoked salmon dip with Greek yogurt is sure to please a crowd
It’s creamy, savory, and packs just the right amount of spice.
Savory dips are always a home run in my book, and this creamy bacon and horseradish recipe is no exception.
Like buffalo dip, it’s slightly creamy and wonderfully spicy. Only this recipe has that delightful hit of salty bacon.
Add this to your list of holiday dips, and you might find it jumps right to the top.
Serve it with raw veggies for a crunch or plain kettle chips – the dip is salty enough, trust me.
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