horseradish means: The root is long and coarse looking, with intense heat that almost disappears when cooked. The fresh horseradish can be simply grated. “Prepared” horseradish, which is made with vinegar and colored with beet syrup, is sold as a jar. It is mostly used as a condiment. (in Cooking Dictionary)
What else does horseradish mean?
- A bitter, ancient herb. Horseradish was originally grown in Eastern Europe. It can be used in many ways. You can use the spiky leaves in salads. The white pungent root, however, is best used as a sauce or condiment. (in Cooking Dictionary)
- A coarse Eurasian plant (Armoracia rusticana) A member of the mustard family. It has a pungent, thick root with large basal leaves and white flowers at its terminal panicle. (in Merlin Dictionary)
- This condiment is made with the grated roots. (in Merlin Dictionary)
- One of many pungent condiments that resemble horseradish such as wasabi. (in Merlin Dictionary)