Horseradish Vodka

Try this in your Bloody Marys. You can use this infused liquor any time you wish, but the longer you let it steep, the more mellow the horseradish flavor will be. Peel your horseradish in a very well-ventilated area. Steeping time not included in preparation time.

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directions

  • Pour vodka into a large glass jar.
  • Peel horseradish and slice into 1/2" thick slices; add to vodka.
  • Seal bottle or container and let steep a least one week and up to one month. (Taste every once and awhile. When the strength of the horseradish flavor is as much as you like, either remove horseradish slices or strain vodka into a clean container.).
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"Try this in your Bloody Marys. You can use this infused liquor any time you wish, but the longer you let it steep, the more mellow the horseradish flavor will be. Peel your horseradish in a very well-ventilated area. Steeping time not included in preparation time."
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  1. Molly53
    Try this in your Bloody Marys. You can use this infused liquor any time you wish, but the longer you let it steep, the more mellow the horseradish flavor will be. Peel your horseradish in a very well-ventilated area. Steeping time not included in preparation time.
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