Have you been looking for a vegan Horseradish Sauce? This delicious, vegan Horseradish Sauce tastes exactly like the regular version of the sauce, perhaps even better!
Spicy, strong, creamy, and flavorful, vegan Horseradish Sauce is the perfect addition to sandwiches, wraps, salads, vegetable platters, and so much more!
Initially, I created this vegan Horseradish Sauce recipe for Passover last month, but Jake loves vegan horseradish sauce so much that this recipe quickly became a staple condiment in our household! However, where Jake and I live, it can sometimes be hard to find vegan mayonnaise. Here is a brand that I order when I cannot find vegan mayo in our town’s grocery store. Even though the recipe below calls for two cups of mayo, when I use the 12oz Chosen Foods mayo, I just use the entire jar at one time.
When making the recipe, I have substituted a jar of grated fresh horseradish, but the result creates a slightly different texture to the sauce. If you have fresh horseradish root available, I would definitely recommend grating your own horseradish for the sauce.
Additionally, in the vegan horseradish sauce recipe, there is the option to add one to two drops of doTERRA Black Pepper essential oil. However, this will make the sauce extremely spicy! Make sure to taste before and after you add ingredients so that the final sauce can still be eaten!
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Best wishes and shalom, friends!
- 1 large 6-7 inch raw horseradish root, skinned and finely grated or zested (about 1.5 cups)
- 2 cups vegan mayo
- 2 Tbsp brown mustard
- 1 tsp black pepper
- 1 Tbsp white wine vinegar
- *optional: 1-2 drops doTERRA Black Pepper essential oil
- If the horseradish root has not already been skinned and grated, do so now. You should have about 1.5 cups finely grated horseradish root.
- Next stir in the mayo, black pepper, white wine vinegar, and brown mustard. More or less mayo can be added for a thicker or thinner sauce.
- The sauce can be served immediately, but making the day before and storing in the refrigerator overnight results in the best flavor!
- Store leftovers in the refrigerator.