Jonathon Yes it is beef! I was kind of disappointed it didn’t have more of a horseradish bite and taste however when I slapped it on a bun and dressed it up using habanero pepper jack cheese it made it snap. With that being said I think it could use more horseradish flavor. All in all another great brat!
If I wanted to add horseradish to the Bloody Mary snack stick seasoning for an extra kick who has the best method of adding it to the mix? Can you use regular prepared horseradish or does it need to be in powder form?
I’ve never done it, but I would go with the powder. Prepared horseradish has substantial amount of vinegar, and that can interfere with the texture of your snack sticks (by denaturing proteins). It’s not so much of an issue for fresh sausages.
Again, though, I’ve never done it. Someone might come along and say that everything was hunky dory when they added prepared horseradish.
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ducky190 I would go with the powder, as what has already been stated. Also, you are going to cook the sticks and you will probably lose flavor. Another factor is powdered is flavor consistent, fresh or prepared varies from bran to brand and varieties. That is my experience with horseradish, I haven’t put it in fresh or cured sausages.
What if you dried it out? Losing the vinegar heating in a skillet but not browning?
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First thing I thought was maybe put it in a dehydrator on parchment paper or some dehydrators have those fruit roll up sheets?