+

Beet-Horseradish-Dill Spread

Ingredients (8)

  • 2 medium roasted and peeled beets
  • 2 teaspoons horseradish cream
  • 2 teaspoons cider vinegar
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh dill
  • Kosher salt
  • Granulated sugar
  • Freshly ground black pepper
Try Amazon Fresh
Nutritional Information
  • Calories150
  • Fat14.52g
  • Saturated fat2.46g
  • Trans fat
  • Carbs4.9g
  • Fiber1.21g
  • Sugar3.57g
  • Protein0.76g
  • Cholesterol3.45mg
  • Sodium33.83mg
  • Nutritional Analysis per serving (4 servings) Powered by

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.

Beet-Horseradish-Dill Spread

The flavors of Borscht make for a winning spread. Try it with smoked salmon and cream cheese or on your next turkey sandwich.

This recipe was featured as part of our Sandwich Spreads photo gallery.

Instructions

  1. 1Combine the beets, a generous pinch of salt, a generous pinch of sugar, and black pepper to taste in a food processor fitted with a blade attachment and pulse until the beets are smooth, about 4 to 5 pulses.
  2. 2Add the horseradish cream and cider vinegar and, with the machine running, drizzle in the olive oil until the mixture is thick and spreadable.
  3. 3Add the dill and stir to combine.
Load Comments

Recommended from Chowhound

How to Make Your Sugar Cookies Taste Better
Guides

How to Make Your Sugar Cookies Taste Better

by Amy Sowder | Sugar cookies often look prettier than they taste. Now that's not right. With cookie season well under...

Christmas Cheesecake: The Most Wonderful Dessert of the Year
Explainers

Christmas Cheesecake: The Most Wonderful Dessert of the Year

by Jen Wheeler | At Christmas time, there are cookies galore, but true dessert lovers still crave something more substantial...

11 Gluten-Free Cookie Recipes for the Holidays
Recipe Round-Ups

11 Gluten-Free Cookie Recipes for the Holidays

by Vanessa Simmons | Christmas cookies, holiday cookies, winter treats—whatever you want to call them, they used to be...