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The Mad Slovak's Note:
This recipe has two main ingredients, fresh horseradish root and my favorite commercial barbecue sauce, which is Stubbs. Stubbs is an important brand for this recipe because it is not too sweet. You combine these two ingredients to make one really "kicked up" dipping sauce or spread for both prepared meats or veggies. You can use the horseradish sauce without the barbecue sauce and vise-versa if you would like, but the combination of both makes a really good special sauce. Note: Here in NY City, horseradish roots come and go in the supermarkets. You may need to find them in a specialty store (e.g. Koshur or Chinese). If you don't know what they look like, go to the root vegetable section. They look somewhat like parsnips, but are larger, darker and more earthy textured. Really fresh horseradish root will have small supple green leaves on the thicker ends.
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- 1Thoroughly rinse the horseradish roots, and then peel them with a potato peeler until all dark areas are gone. Use the blunt tip of the peeler to remove imbedded dark areas of the root. ***The amout of horseradish that you use/add to the rest of the ingredients is up to you, and depends on how mild or potent you want the sauce to be and/or what consistency you want (also, see below).
- 2Cut the horseradish root in sections that will fit into the hopper of your food processor.
- 3Use the shredding wheel of your food processor to produce thin slivers of horseradish. At this point, it is like chopping onions, try to keep your face away from the top of the processor. The fumes are pretty intense. You may need to make two batches of the horseradish, depending on the volume of your processor.
- 4Remove the shredding wheel and horseradish from the processor and place horseradish into a bowl. Fold in 1/4 cup of vinegar and mix with a spoon. This will stabilize the horseradish so the desired fumes and flavor will not escape.
- 5Wipe clean the inside of your processor with a moistened paper towel. Insert the standard chopping blade into the processor. Add the shredded horseradish back into the processor, and then add approximately 14 ounces of sour cream to the horseradish. Process until the mixture is creamy, however, there should be some noticeable texture to the mixture. Add more sour cream if a creamier mixture is desired, then process for about 10 seconds.
- 6At this point you may want to decide how much plain horseradish sauce you want and how much horseradish with barbecue sauce you want.
- 7To make the horseradish barbecue dipping sauce, simply combine approximately 3 parts of the prepared horseradish sauce to approximately 5 parts Stubbs Barbecue Sauce. After you comine the two, place the mixture in a sealed Tupperware container. You may also store in a sealed Mason Jar. Although there is sour cream in these recipes, I have found that if I store the sauces in a sealed container in the refrigerator, it will stay viable for several weeks. The intensity of the horseradish will not allow bacteria to feel at home (my own unprofessional opinion).
- 8Hint. Before you experience the true taste of the sauces, allow to rest in their containters, refrigerated for at least 24 hours. And, when tasting for the first time, use no more that approximately 1/2 teaspoon. This will cure any nasal congestion or sinus problems that you may have! Enjoy!
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Nutritional Facts for Suicide Horseradish Barbecue Dipping Sauce
Serving Size: 1 (9 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 36
- Amount Per Serving
- % Daily Value
- Calories 25.1
- Calories from Fat 21
- Total Fat 2.4 g
- Saturated Fat 1.5 g
- Cholesterol 5.1 mg
- Sodium 6.2 mg
- Total Carbohydrate 0.5 g
- Dietary Fiber 0.0 g
- Sugars 0.0 g
- Protein 0.3 g
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