Austrian Horseradish Sauce

Austrian Horseradish Sauce

Homemade apple horseradish sauce (in German: Apfelkren) is the perfect combination of spiciness and sweetness. Both flavors are well-balanced and do not overpower the taste of the meat. It pairs well with a Christmassy Tafelspitz (prime boiled beef), grilled meats in the summer, and with Easter ham.

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