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Horseradish Sauce Recipe?

Smokin TigerSmokin Tiger Posts: 352
edited 4:07PM in EggHead Forum
Does anyone have an outstanding horseradish sauce recipe to go with all those prime ribs we will be cooking for Christmas?


  • Smokin Tiger,[p]This one is very good. Happy Holidays![p]Sauce, Beef, Prime Rib, Horseradish, RhumAndJerk

    This is the perfect accompaniment to Prime Rib.
    1/2 cup Heavy Cream
    3 tsp Horseradish
    1 pinch garlic powder or a small clove of garlic, crushed
    1 pinch Kosher Salt
    A couple of grinds of White Pepper

    Preparation Directions:
    1 Whip the heavy cream until it is stiff.
    2 Gently stir in the remaining ingredients.
    3 Taste and adjust the flavor to your liking. Remember that Horseradish should be the predominant flavor, but not overpowering.
    4 Chill for a half hour before serving to let the flavors marry.

    Servings: 1

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    Author: RhumAndJerk[p]Source: BGE Forum, RhumAndJerk


  • Smokin Tiger,
    Thanks for reminding me, now I have to go Monday to find a fresh hr. root. We're doing prime rib and I must have horseradish.[p]In Austria, we usually had beef served with a blob of grill marrow on top and fresh coarsely grated horseradish, but that is rather bizarre for American tastes, so here is another:[p]2 tablespoons lemon juice (only 1T needed if using prepared horseradish)
    50 g grated horseradish (or the equivalent of prepared horseradish if you cannot get it fresh)
    1 large tart apple, peeled & cored
    caster sugar (fine granulated)
    50 ml double cream (whipping cr)
    50 ml sour cream [p]

    Stir 1T of the lemon juice into the grated horseradish (to stop it going brown). If using prepared horseradish skip this step.
    Grate the apple & mix with the horseradish and the remaining 1T of lemon juice.
    Add salt & sugar to taste & leave to stand for 10 minutes.
    Lightly beat the double cream & fold in the sour cream until combined.
    Mix this into the horseradish mixture & serve.

  • Smokin Tiger,
    We keep horseradish sauce real simple, It seems to me that some folks try to do to much to HR sauce and it is not so good. [p]1 cup Sour Cream
    3 Tbls Horseradish (more if you like)[p]Mix together and serve.[p]Enjoy the prime rib.

  • 2EggTim2EggTim Posts: 170
    Smokin Tiger,
    3/4 sour cream
    2 tablespoons horseradish
    1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
    1/2 teaspoon sugar

  • YBYB Posts: 3,861
    Smokin Tiger,
    I have used this one for years.
    Larry[p]This sauce goes great on Beef or Pork Tenderloin.
    • 8 Oz Philadelphia Cream Cheese,softend
    • 8 Oz Dukes Mayonnaise,none of that diet stuff
    • 2 Tbs Kraft Creamy Horseradish
    • 2 tsp dry mustard
    • ½ tsp salt
    • ½ tsp pepper
    • 3 Green Onion Tops,finely chopped
    • 1 tsp Lemon juice [p]
    Preparation Directions:
    • Mix all ingredients together and microwave for approximately 30-45
    • seconds. Using wire whisk, whisk til texture is very
    • smooth. Refrigerate for hour or two. Let it reach room temperature
    • before serving.

  • Thank you all for the recipes. I will make at least a couple of them to try. Hopefully the prime rib will be the real star. I recieved a large egg for an early Christmas present this year and have used it about 7-8 times already. The egg is the gift that keeps on giving.[p]The forum is great![p]Thanks again and Merry Christmas![p]TC

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