Our Logo
 

Horseradish is known first and foremost for its searing heat, but it can impart a surprising taste sensation to an endless variety of dishes. Try adding horseradish to the following suggestions to spice up your life and stir your culinary imagination to new creative heights!

 

Uses

*New* Items

Recipes

Contact Us

Shipping

Home

Maps

• Potato Salad

• Baked Potatoes

• Mashed Potatoes

• Cole Slaw

• Macaroni Salad

• Dips

• Baked Beans

• Deli Sandwiches

• Peanut Butter & Crackers

• Prime Rib

• Sour Cream (for meat
garnishes)

• Roasts

• Bloody Mary's

• Deviled Eggs

• Cheese Balls

• Chili

• Cream Cheese

• Try it on Baked Chicken,
Turkey, Ham and Fish !

 

.

.

 

KEEP IT COLD TO KEEP IT HOT

To keep prepared horseradish at its flavor best, store in a tightly covered jar in the refrigerator or freezer. It will keep its good quality for about 2-3 months in the refrigerator, and about 6 months or longer in the freezer.

FLAVORED HORSERADISH

Brighten up your table with Dick's Wild Root Cranberry or Apricot Horseradish, Dick's own unique blend of his fresh ground horseradish and sweet fruit. This tasty combination is a little milder than the original recipe - making an excellent appetizer with crackers. (Now available year-round!)

NEED A QUICK APPETIZER?

8 oz package cream cheese, softened
4 oz Dick's Cranberry or Apricot Horseradish
Combine softened cream cheese with horseradish and serve with crackers or fresh vegetables.

 
© Copyright 2016 Dick's Wild Root Horseradish
All Rights Reserved.
Maintained by
the Digital Janitor