"Very tasty and zesty Southwest style dipping sauce for veggies, chips, or onion rings." — USMCWIFE03
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cream-style horseradish sauce
ground black pepper
All I added was some garlic powder and a few dashed of Frank's Red Hot and this was perfect for "Blooming Onion" from this site.
the straight horseraddish is far better than the sauce
this is so simple and delicious.. a few people asked for the recipe and were shocked to know how simple it was. i put in a shallow dish and chopped up some fresh tomatoes from the garden and placed on the top of the dip.. delicious and so simple.
Hubby is a "dipaholic" Loves all kinds of dips and really enjoyed this one. Especially for onion rings.
Have used this so many times and haven't gotten the chance to post a review. I love this stuff. I use it for roast beef sandwiches and potato cakes. Delicious. One of my favorite sauces from the site. Thanks for the post.
I doubled the recipe and added just a bit more cayenne - this was AMAZING - I made it to dip artichokes in - We are professional "dippers" and this was the best!
It's great- it tastes just like Bloomin Onion sauce. Awesome with fried shrimp and really just about anything else fried! Super easy too! Thanks for sharing.
I didn't have any ketchup, so I used bbq sauce instead, but I loved it. Served it with chicken and it was a hit.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Southwest Dipping Sauce
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 105
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