Silver Spring Recipes

Horseradish Recipes

In our more than eight decades of growing and processing horseradish, our family has concocted and curated more than a few tasty recipes. Horseradish—prepared traditionally or found in one of our specialty mustards—plays an excellent supporting role in the kitchen: You can choose whether to boldly flaunt its unmistakable zing or play it subtly. From old classics, like Bloody Mary's and cocktail sauce, to the unexpected, like delicious canapés and veggie dishes, there are countless ways it can bring your food and drink to life. These customer-rated, customer-loved horseradish and mustard recipes make the most of the distinctive pungent and spicy flavor. Ratchet it up for a hot taste. Pepper it in for a subtle twist. Time to get cooking.

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Featured Recipe

Dill Deviled Eggs

  • Dill Mustard

Dill Deviled Eggs

Ingredients:

12 eggs
4 tbsp mayonnaise
6 tbsp Dill Mustard
2 tsp sweet pickle relish
Salt & Pepper
Fresh dill sprigs

Directions:

Place 12 eggs in a saucepan and cover with cold water. Bring to a boil, cover, turn off heat and let sit for 17 minutes, off the burner.

After 17 minutes, remove eggs and place into a bowl with ice water to shock and stop the cooking process. After 2-3 minutes, remove shells from eggs and slice in half lengthwise. Separate egg yolks and place into a bowl. Place whites on a separate platter. To yolks - add mayo, dill mustard, relish and salt and pepper, to taste, and mix together with a hand mixer until creamy and smooth. (A nice addition is to use chopped up sweet gherkins, in place of the relish.)

Using a resealable plastic bag, spoon the mixture into the bag, and cut one small piece off of the bottom of one corner. Pipe the yolk mixture back into each egg white, enough to fill yolk holes completely. You could also spoon into egg whites. Top each with a small piece of dill sprig. Refrigerate and serve cold.

Recipe courtesy: Silver Spring Foods, Inc.