"This is a good dipping sauce for someone looking for something more spicy than tartar sauce. Excellent with braised fish. You may use more or less horseradish to suit your taste." — Michael
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chopped fresh dill weed
salt to taste
Really good! I added a touch of dijon mustard and it was even better!
WOW, this tasted just like sour cream with dill added to it! I really had to tinker with this one so that it would have a taste. I added a lot more horseradish, and took Janet's review advice & added dijon mustard. I ended up adding a little mayo as well. Much better. Thanks for the idea Michael!
I love this recipe. I have used it several times with steak. I also took everyone's suggestions and added a little mayo, dijon, and more horseradish. perfect!!
For all the vegetarians out there try this sauce over some baked or fried tofu slices. Yummy!!!
As it is printed it is a great idea for a sauce but, for us, needed lots more horseradish plus extra dill (fresh of course) to taste. Wonderful for dipping or on roast beef. Even good on broiled salmon. Will be used often
Super good. Nice zip. I used this instead of tartar sauce for lemon-pepper cod and it was delicious!!! My husband, who KNOWS good food, really liked it. He thought it would go good with a nice steak too. Great recipe!!!
Great recipe, but I add waaaay more horseradish. Perfect for burgers, prime rib, roast beef, steak, or vegetables. It seems like I'm always whipping up this sauce for one thing or another each week.
This was very good but I kept adding Horseradish to it till it was the way I liked it. I used this for dipping with my prime rib.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 54
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