Does the mention of horseradish get your pulse racing or your feet moving in the other direction? Face Rock Horseradish Cheddar is going to stimulate your senses with a sparky bite of goodness. We’ve made this cheese to showcase the distinctive earthy horseradish flavor, but the heat reads more as savory warmth rather than brain burning fire.
This cheese is going to work well anywhere that you might use horseradish. So think beef, pickles, shellfish, seafood, and vegetables.
Here are some ideas and recipes to get you started. Share your Horseradish Cheddar creations with us on social media so we can spread the word!
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Pimento cheese is so easy to make and brings such big flavor to whatever its paired with. Our Horseradish Cheddar adds a subtle but noticible bite to a classic Southern style pimento cheese. This savory spread is fantastic when partnered with the humble saltine, fresh celery, mixed into potato salad, tucked between simple white bread, or used to make an epic grilled reuben sandwich!
Cold sliders are a great way to use this cheese. Load a mini-brioche bun with chilled rare roast beef, and top with grainy mustard, a bit of sliced pickle or apple. Finish the bite with a slice of Horseradish Cheddar for a fully loaded flavor experience!
In this fun dish, we mash up the flavors of a Philly Cheesesteak and our Horseradish Cheddar into an air fried eggroll that is perfect for a snack, an app or a lighter meal.
This simple Beef & Rye Crostini is a great way to showcase melted Horseradish Cheddar. This one gets nice and golden with a bit of crunch with just a few minutes under a broiler. We took a shortcut and purchased some delicious cooked and sliced flank steak from our local deli.
If you’re a Bloody Mary fan, you are going to love this tomato pie! We’ve taken the flavors of the classic cocktail and transformed it into a savory pie that features our tangy horseradish cheddar. This is a great dish to serve year-round, but it will be especially welcome on a summer spread since it’s the perfect spot to use up the abundance from tomato gardens.