Recently I ate at one of Dr. Weil’s True Food Kitchens and discovered horseradish vinaigrette. (If you have not heard of the True Food Kitchen or Dr. Weil google them now! The restaurants focus on using healthy, often organic, seasonal ingredients, environmental awareness, and support following an anti-inflammatory diet.) They served the vinaigrette over roasted winter veggies and it was amazing. So I came home and tried to create something similar. Try it over roasted veggies, as a salad dressing or even as a sauce for meat!
About the ingredients:
- Prepared horseradish comes in a jar that can be found in the refrigerated section of your local grocery store.
- Mustard powder can be found in the baking aisle with the spices. Not only does it add flavor to the vinaigrette but it helps the olive oil and vinegar keep from separating. If you do not want to use the powder you can use prepared mustard.
Makes: 1 cup
Equipment: blender or whisk
Course: Sauce & Dip
Special Equipment: Blender
Written by Anne Beaubien