Recipe by sal
"This creamy and peppery dressing is a cinch to make and perks up any salad!"
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chopped green onion
ground black pepper
As a horseradish and general spicy food fan, I was looking forward to making this dressing for some time and finally had all the ingredients on hand. The first day I made it I was a bit disappointed because it was a little TOO horseradishy. But the next day either it was milder or I was more in the mood for it or something. Now I find it delicious.
I made it with nonfat yogurt, nonfat sour cream, and regular Miracle Whip dressing. I used Beaver Cream Style Horseradish sauce, since that is what I had on hand. It was strong enough that I may try a little less horseradish next time.
With my changes to nonfat ingredients, by my calculations, there are 70 calories in 50 grams. I am not a scientist though, but that is what I am using for my calorie calculations.
Yum! I paired my crab cakes with this dressing. I'd suggest putting 1/8 cup horseradish first and gradually adding a little more until you find the perfect mix. This way you're not overwhelmed by too much horseradish!
I used this as a dip for preztels and chips. (It's a bit thick for a salad dressing.) I love the combo of horseradish with yogurt. Yum!
Quick, easy and delicious! I used white pepper to avoid having black specks in this creamy beautiful dressing. That's not strictly necessary, especially because of the green onions, but I had it on hand so I used it. I am making Corned Beef for Sandwiches and Party Corned Beef Puffs (both AR recipes) today and can't wait to use this dressing with them. In the meantime, I can't stop dipping pretzels. Thanks, Sal, you know your dressings! I love your Chilled Russian Salad Dressing recipe, too.
Holy moley this is gooooooood!! I keep all these ingredients on hand so it was easy to just whip it up. I didn't measure, just approximated by scooping. I used fat free yogurt and sour cream, and olive oil mayo. Great flavor! This is my new favorite dressing.
This was a little less than flavorful for me. I ended up doubling the horseradish to suit our taste better. It could just be us I thought with the extra horseradish it made an excellent chip dip. It was okay on our steak salad but I preferred it as a dip.
Wow, what a great recipe! I did not have quite enough mayonnaise or sour cream (short by a tablespoon or two for each) so I added a little bit more plain yogurt to make up for them. I also added approximately 1/3 to 1/2 teaspoon of sugar just to smooth out the flavors a little bit. It was a big hit at dinner! We served it on the side with lamb chops and it was a great combination of flavors. My husband wants to try it with hamburgers tomorrow night, he loved it so much!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Horseradish Dressing
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 87
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