Horseradish Recipes: Fucking Fried Bacon Deviled Eggs

Easter is considered the greatest Christian holiday, but to date its celebration has spread to most homes in Slovenia and around the world. Traditional customs passed down from generation to generation are of particular importance for the holiday, with each generation leaving its mark – thus creating a unique Easter mosaic, the most perfect for each family.

Traditional preparation of the Easter table

On Easter Sunday morning, the whole family gathers around a lavishly furnished table. The whole family participates in the preparation of the festive breakfast – they color colorful cakes, bake potica, cook ham, prepare sauces with horseradish. These are traditional dishes that have a particular symbolism. Do you know her? The horseradish represents the nails, the ham represents the body of Christ, the pirhs symbolize drops of blood and the potica symbolizes a crown of thorns.

When preparing these dishes, you can follow the traditional and time-tested recipes of your grandmothers or add your own touch.




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Droga delicacies, synonymous with tradition, are also part of the Easter holiday. Horseradish, which has a pungent and burning taste, has always been considered an excellent addition to various dishes. It has a pungent taste and a burnt smell, which awakens even more gourmet pleasures. Harvested with love and devotion and carefully preserved in jars, Droga horseradish is an indispensable part of the Easter experience. Authentic, homemade flavors that bring you together and put a smile on your face. Medicated horseradish should not be missing on the holiday table.

In Droga, horseradish was taken under the lid and prepared in three flavors:

A glass that finds its place on a richly garnished Easter table. It is an indispensable addition and an addition to other delicacies. Strong taste that lasts and lasts. Give free rein to your culinary imagination and add to it according to your desires and spoil your loved ones.

Apple and horseradish in coexistence – a combination that our grandmothers already knew. The sweet tasting apple adds an extra layer of flavor and pampers our palates.

A versatile combination for everyone. Horseradish has been added cream to soften its sharpness. It is an essential element of the Easter holiday, because it will delight young and old.

Find it at the nearest store and add vibrant flavor to the festively garnished table. You can add it as an accompaniment to dishes, as it brings a culinary enrichment of their taste. With its pungent taste and burning aroma, it also awakens gourmet pleasures.




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There is often plenty of food left after the Easter holidays

We’ve got some great recipes for you on how to use up leftover food after the holidays so they go sweet even a day or two later. From boiled eggs to ham – you will grease everything to the last piece. With just a spoonful here and there, horseradish can change traditional recipes. Combined with eggs and creamy sides, horseradish spices up your favorite dishes.

Ham with horseradish garnish




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3 eggs
2 tablespoons horseradish sauce
1 tablespoon mayonnaise
1 teaspoon of mustard
Juice 1/4 lemon
100g cooked smoked ham
100g dry smoked sausage
Toast

Preparation of the horseradish vinaigrette:

In a bowl, combine the horseradish, mayonnaise, mustard, lemon juice and salt and pepper to taste. Cut the ham and dry sausage into cubes or rounds and add them to the bowl. Peel the hard-boiled eggs and cut them into cubes and add them to the bowl. Mix everything together and place in the fridge for about an hour. Serve toast on the side.




humus, chickpeas, spread Photo: Shutterstock


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Horseradish Hummus

2 cups cooked chickpeas
1/4 cup olive oil
1-2 garlic cloves
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons of tahini
salt to taste
Baste as needed to achieve desired consistency
2 tablespoons Droga horseradish sauce

Preparation of humus:

Add all ingredients except the horseradish to the blender and blend until a thick, smooth mixture forms. Then stir in the horseradish sauce. We recommend tasting it, mixing until you get the right balance to your liking. Store in a sealed container and use for a tasty spread or addition to a sandwich.




Easter, eggs, pirhi, stuffed eggs Photo: Shutterstock


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Devil’s Eggs

Devil’s Eggs are subtly prepared and easily take up a place alongside canapes and cocktails. They also make a tasty and filling snack. The horseradish adds zest to the filling and warms you up slightly with every bite.

Ingredients :

12 hard-boiled eggs
1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt
3 tablespoons mayonnaise
2 tablespoons chopped chives
2 tablespoons horseradish sauce
1/2 teaspoon of pepper
1/4 tsp salt
Chopped bacon – Chopped ham – Chopped bacon

Preparation:

Cut hard-boiled eggs in half. Put the yolks in a bowl, add the yogurt, mayonnaise, chives, horseradish, pepper and salt. Mash until smooth and stir in the bacon. Then fill the egg whites where the yolk was, and sprinkle with grilled pieces of bacon.




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Medicine is synonymous with quality

Quality pickled vegetables, side dishes, additives and sauces under the Droga brand have been produced in Prlekija for more than 40 years, at the Gosad production plant in Središče ob Dravi.

When preparing the products, nothing is left to chance. On the contrary, everything is subject to strict quality control, which begins with the suppliers. We constantly check the quality of the ingredients at the raw material producers, in our own laboratory and in independent institutions and laboratories.

Inlays, accompaniments and spices are made from mostly local ingredients, with the aim of encouraging Slovenian producers to grow vegetables for their products. Their goal is to get the most ingredients on Slovenian soil, and the rest from growers in neighboring countries, each of which, due to its geographical characteristics, gives excellent results in certain varieties of vegetables.

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