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Apr 052016
 

Horseradish Sandwich Spread

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Maybe I should have called it Veggie dip?

I have been wanting to make something like this for awhile now and finally this week I tried it! It’s such an easy, quick way to spruce up your nice thick roast beef sandwich, which is exactly what I had in mind upon making it. However, when fixing lunch today, husband pulled out some radishes to go with his Bologna sandwich (he won’t eat my nice rare roast beef from the deli, chicken s***) and dunked a piece into the sauce to taste it; surprised I had enough left for my roast beef!!!!

So we could actually say that this is a great veggie dip too, but wait, I’m not finished yet! Reaching into our chip cabinet, I took out some of my favorite pretzels (Snyder’s Pretzel Poppers) which I usually enjoy with onion dip, slopped up some of the sauce, now dip and yes, another way to bring out the great taste! So if you try this, don’t limit what you can use it for, it’s great for many different food types, that is if you like horseradish…………

Horseradish Sandwich Spread
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 cup mayo
  • 2 tbsp prepared horseradish or more to taste, I like it hot, hot, hot so I used more
  • Fresh squeezed lemon to taste
  • White pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a plastic container, cover and refrigerate for at least an hour to meld the flavor.
  2. Serve on sandwiches, or use as a dip for veggies and chips.

Coming up next is twice cooked scalloped potatoes? you’ll get a laugh out of this one! Hope you enjoy this easy, tasty recipe………………..later!

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