Chrin Horseradish Beets…

Chrin Horseradish Beets…

In Russia they do not like crushed red pepper, black pepper, white pepper and or any type of pepper, but talk about horseradish and you find that Russians sneak it into everything and then complain about pepper and hot spicy food. I find it interesting that their mustard’s and sauces will have horseradish in them and they are hot…

Why they have a green paste that they serve with Sushi and it is smoking spicy. 99% horseradish and 1% green stuff. It is called – Wasabi! It is made out of regular cheap horseradish in Russia and not the highly prized Japanese horseradish, that loses its flavor within minutes of being made. Therefore, the older Russian Wasabi gets, the hotter it gets, until you cry as you make a mistake and take a big bite of it…

Lets make something that all Russians I know of complain about, but love, spicy food. I can not add black pepper to my gravy, but daub a spoonful of horseradish right on top of all the food and a Russian smiles…

Chrin Horseradish – Ingredients:

1 kilo fresh beets
250 grams – fresh horseradish ground up into almost a paste, use a blender if desired…

Chrin Horseradish Beets…

First cook the cleaned beets with skin on them. Once done cool and then peel…

Then chop, slice and or grind the beets; drain (you can save the purple water for soup if you’d like, minus the horseradish)…

Then add ground fresh horseradish to the diced, sliced and ground up beets, then mix well. No, I said mix well. That’s it, keep stirring, a little more, I think an once of purple water is needed! Good stir some more and you are done…

Put in refrigerator, in a sealed container, 24 hours is perfect and or eat right away. Though it will get stronger and is perfect for those unsuspecting victims, as it keeps days in fridge…

You just made Chrin Horseradish Beets…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

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