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Old 03-28-2012, 02:43 AM
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Where's the horseradish???

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The best by far! I especially love their wasabi horseradish. It'll take your breath away though.
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One of the food lines I sell is Inglehoffer. The wasabi is awesome and so is the Dijon . One of my best selling specialty mustard lines!
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my version of chicken paprika-

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2 lbs. chicken, i use thighs and legs
1 large onioin sliced
green or red peppers 1 cup sliced
1/2 cup sliced tomatoes- i used cherry cut in half
2 cloves garlic minced
olive oil
bay leaf
fresh cracked pepper
salt to taste
1 1/2 c white wine
1 cup sour cream
4 tbl hungarian paprika, seperated
1/4 cup water

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the veg sliced plus 2 cloves of garlic minced,

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break down the chicken

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brown the chicken in 2 tbs olive oil

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remove chicken and set aside.

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add sour cream and water and mix till a smooth sauce..

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once sauce is ready, add chicken back and simmer uncovered for 10 minutes

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i plated mine with lightly steamed green beans and brown rice..

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Dang, that looks good! I may try to cut some fat calories by replacing the sour cream (and losing all that wonderfulness with it!) with a thickened milk sauce...but really man, that is a great dish! And my favorite method of cooking.
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A good Recipe I'll just have try it with Wild Pork,Goat & Rabbit when we have The next Camp Oven Cook - Up as most of the mates like The Hot Stuff with a few Beers also Horseradish has never been big over here.
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dean,
i use low fat sour cream to help the waistline

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this recipe would be outstanding with rabbit or any small game

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One of the food lines I sell is Inglehoffer. The wasabi is awesome and so is the Dijon . One of my best selling specialty mustard lines!
I love the Inglehoffer mustard with whole mustard seeds but never seen the horse radish. Is it kept in the refrigerator section? Kraft makes a killer horseradish.

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bbq chicken.....get a nice crispy skin then low and slow
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Memorial Day munchies -

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Spare ribs, sausage, corn on the cob, and hot wings and legs.


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Ghost pepper sauce
One wing was good for about 15 - 20 minutes of fun.
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