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Tongue with horseradish- who has the recipe?

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mimi222 Feb 7, 2011 11:15 AM

Does anyone have an authentic recipe for the Eastern European / Polish dish called tongue in horseradish sauce or "Ozór wołowy w sosie chrzanowym"? Can I use pork tongue or does it have to be beef? thanks!

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  1. Antilope RE: mimi222 Feb 9, 2011 06:22 PM

    Ozór wołowy w sosie czosnkowo-chrzanowym
    http://gotowanie.onet.pl/34081,0,1,oz...

    Translated to English: Beef tongue with garlic-horseradish
    http://translate.google.com/translate...

    1. paulj RE: mimi222 Feb 9, 2011 09:51 PM

      Many recipes call for cooking the tongue till tender in a lightly flavored broth. At a later time it is sliced and warmed in a sauce. I haven't used a horseradish one, but it should work fine.

      I find that pork tongue works just as well as beef in preparations like this. It's smaller, cheaper, and maybe a bit milder. And, once you trim off the salivary glands at the base, I think pork less fatty.

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        Sharuf RE: mimi222 Feb 11, 2011 01:01 AM

        A German lady cooked her house specialty for us. It was a boiled tongue served with a white sauce with horseradish in it. Very good!

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          mimi222 RE: mimi222 Feb 14, 2011 10:16 AM

          thanks.I made it according to the polish recipe and some other ones that I found and it was delicious. I used pork tongue which was harder to peel than beef so I left most of the skin on.I mixed the soup the tongue was cooked in with heavy cream,buillion cubes, pepper, fresh horseradish, lemon juice, parsley, onion and garlic. I placed the sliced tongue and sauce in an ovenproof dish and baked it for half an hour. It was very soft and tasty. I added some extra horseradish at the end and sprinkled it over the dish.

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