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Sauces - Horseradish -  Horseradish Sauce Post by :ceevee Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :March 2012 Read :1933

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Sauces - Horseradish - Horseradish Sauce

8 tsp. sour white wine
2 Tbl. ground horseradish root
4 tsp. ground almonds


Grind and mix all ingredients together to form sauce.

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