Hot horseradish sauce

The boys and I like to enliven boiled pork with a variety of sauces and chutneys, but the condiment guaranteed to give it a real kick is hot horseradish sauce.

It’s simple, straightforward and startling in its effect on the palate.

Start by making a basic white sauce from flour, butter and milk. You’ll need about 500ml of thin white sauce, cooked until there is no trace of flouriness.

Stir a heaped tablespoon of finely grated horseradish into the hot sauce.

When the horseradish is just heated through, stir in a small knob of butter and a quarter teaspoon of mustard powder

Drizzle the hot horseradish sauce over slices of boiled pork and enjoy.

The sauce also goes well with oily fish, particularly mackerel.


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