Blog: Excellent Easter recipe for delicious horseradish spread

Preparations for Easter, the oldest Christian holiday, are in full swing. Shortly, your eyes will melt while rubbing horseradish and preparing delicious Easter dishes. How will you decorate the eggs this year?

to help you with ideas for easy and delicious meals that can surprise your guests, I made some suggestions for you. We spent the whole year preparing for our Easter. What do I mean by this? I researched and tested various mixtures of spices and salts and made 3 new products.

How can you improve the taste of any soup?

With the first product I help you to improve the taste of all sorts of soups. This is Biogetta for soupsOnly a teaspoon will make a world of difference in any soup or stew you are cooking.

Two new products made with Cranberries

The other two products include Bio Cranberry Salt and 100 %Bio Cranberry Powder. The cranberry salt is excellent for seasoning all kinds of salads, beef, venison, red cabbage and other dishes to your taste.

From cranberries, which are an excellent treasury of vitamins, minerals and fiber, I also prepared Bio Cranberry Powder. Bio cranberries are completely natural, with no added sugar, preservatives, dyes and other additives. They are hand-crafted in nature and completely dried and then finely ground. You can add them to various cereals, smoothies, yogurt, and the like. You can order them HERE.

But especially for Easter, I have prepared an excellent recipe with very healthy horseradish for you this time.

Horseradish spread with eggs for 4 people

  • 2 hard boiled eggs
  • 2-4 tablespoons fresh grated horseradish
  • 2 tablespoons of sunflower oil
  • 1 tablespoon of apple or white vinegar
  • 1-2 tablespoons of sour cream
  • Bio Provance Salt
  • Freshly ground pepper


Peel and finely chop the eggs. Put them in a bowl, where you mix them with half the grated horseradish, oil, vinegar, sour cream, Bio Provance Salt and pepper. Add the rest of the horseradish to taste. Cover the bowl with a foil and store it for a while in the fridge to make the flavors combine nicely. Serve with toasted bread.

I wish you happy Easter holidays, and above all a lot of goodness on the table!