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Old 05-31-2013, 02:42 AM   #1
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So this is my new idea. I'm gonna try it in the next few weeks and see how it turns out. Hopefully it kicks my butt like I imagine it will

Half cup prepared Horseradish
1 tsp flour
1 Tbsp butter
Pinch salt
Pinch paprika
1/4 cup milk or cream (depends on whether I make ice cream around the same time or not)
1 egg yolk slightly beaten
hotsauce to taste (I'll be using Scorpion sauce)

I need to see if it comes out the texture I like. What I want is something I can squeeze on hotdogs or burgers, or steak, or roast beef, or anything.

For prep, you combing the first 5 ingredients in a saucepan, add milk until thickened.

Temper into egg yolk and cook on low for 30 minutes.

i'm hoping for a big old wallop of heat.


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Old 05-31-2013, 02:15 PM   #2
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Do you think garlic wouldnt play well with the horseradish? My father took to mixing mayo with the chili garlic sauce that the same people who make The Rooster put out. I know mayo and cream arent the same but they are both "creamY"


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I'm kicking the garlic idea around. If I did that I'd saute the garlic before hand since I know garlic can be weird with it's ability to give people botulism better to be safe than sorry.

I was kicking around roasting a head of garlic and adding that but I think I'll start with this first to see if it's a winner.
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I don't think I disagree with that assumption. One thing to note, if you do roast garlic, is you are going to get a sweeter product than one using a similar quantity of raw garlic.
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I don't think I disagree with that assumption. One thing to note, if you do roast garlic, is you are going to get a sweeter product than one using a similar quantity of raw garlic.
Correct. That's kinda what I'm hoping for if I do that. I figure the scorpion hotsauce and horseradish coudl do enough damage lol.
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So I made it with some tweaks. To get a more total heat package I used Scorpion Hotsauce, Tabasco, and Cayenne pepper. Just ate it one hotdog with some mustard and it turned out great. only used a small amount of hotsauce as too much can kill.


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