Sauces

Tomato-free horseradder


Ingredients for Cooking Tomato-Free Hrenodor

  1. Horseradish root fresh 1 kilogram
  2. Fresh beets 500 grams
  3. Sugar 100 grams
  4. Salt 30 grams
  5. Table vinegar 9% 200 milliliters
  • Main ingredients: Beet, Horseradish
  • Serving 10 Servings
  • World Cuisine

Inventory:

cutting board, kitchen knife, blender, deep blender bowl, gauze dressing, large bowl, tablespoon, kitchen sponge, dishwashing detergent, glass liter jar - 2 pieces, a twisted metal can cover - 2 pieces, a cloth towel, a refrigerator , small bowl, plate, deep serving bowl, vegetable cutter

Cooking horseradish without tomato:

Step 1: prepare jars with lids.


So that our hrenoder can be stored for a long time in a cool place, it is necessary to prepare a container for it. It is not necessary to sterilize jars with lids, but it is worth rinsing thoroughly under running water. So, using a kitchen sponge with dishwashing detergent, we clean the containers until they begin to creak, if you hold wet fingers on the glass. Immediately after that, lay the jars with the lids upside down on a clean cloth towel and leave to dry to dry.

Step 2: prepare the horseradish root.


Horseradish root is well washed under running water and spread in a large bowl. Fill the component with ordinary cold water so that the liquid completely covers it and leave it aside for 7-10 minutes. This must be done so that the root regains its juiciness and elasticity. After the allotted time, drain the water, and horseradish with the help of a vegetable cutter, peel.

We spread the component on a cutting board and, using a knife, cut into small pieces (so that they fit in the blender bowl). Then move the horseradish into a small bowl and proceed to the preparation of the next vegetable.

Step 3: prepare the beets.


Thoroughly rinse the beets under running water to wash away all possible dirt. Now, using a knife, peel the vegetable from the peel and put it on a cutting board. Cut the component into small pieces and immediately transfer it to a clean plate.

Step 4: prepare a horseradish without tomato.


Attention: before preparing the sauce, be sure to put a gauze bandage on your mouth and nose. This must be done so as not to burn your airways. When we finely chop the horseradish root, it will give off a large amount of juice, which, evaporating, can get into our eyes, mouth and nose, so I usually prepare a horseradish mask and sun glasses. So let's get started! We spread the sharp ingredient in small portions into the blender bowl and grind it at high speed until the state of the chips.
Pour finely chopped horseradish into a clean large bowl, and instead put slices of beets in the chopper's capacity. We continue to chop the next ingredient to the same state as the previous one.

Then pour the beets into a common bowl and, using a tablespoon, mix everything thoroughly until smooth. We repeat the cutting procedure in a blender at high speed so that more juice is released from the mixture and the mass becomes uniform in consistency.
At the end, pour the sauce from the bowl back into the bowl and add vinegar, salt and sugar here. Mix well with a tablespoon until a homogeneous mass is formed.

Hrenoder is ready! Now we transfer it to clean jars, tightly close the lids and put in the refrigerator for long-term storage.

Step 5: serve the horseradish without tomatoes.


The day after cooking, the tomato-free hrenoder will be ready! It can be served immediately at the dining table with borscht, bacon, saltisone, boiled pork, jellied meat and various other dishes to your taste. The only thing you should pay attention to is the utility of the sauce. Unfortunately, vitamins and trace elements are stored in horseradish for no more than two weeks, so after this time, the horseradder remains just a tasty dressing "with a twinkle" for various foods. So, we get a jar of sauce from the refrigerator and use a clean tablespoon to shift it into a deep bowl.
Good appetite!

Recipe Tips:

- Before putting ready-made horseradder in glass jars, be sure to make sure that the containers are dry. Otherwise, the sauce may just turn sour;

- so that more juice is extracted from the crushed horseradish with beetroot, during the cooking process you can push up the dressing with a pusher for mashed potatoes;

- if you didn’t find a blender at hand, do not be discouraged, because you can also prepare a horseradish with a meat grinder. Only for this, be sure to use a fine wire rack, grind the ingredients twice, and always put on a food plastic bag on the spout of the kitchen appliance so as not to burn your eyes, mouth and nose.