Horseradish sauce works for prime rib, steak and corned beef to elevate the flavors of the meat dish you’re having. Simple condiment with just 2-3 ingredients you can make in 5 minutes. It also works for a dip for appetizers!
Todays post is for a horseradish sauce recipe is so easy to make you’ll want to be adding it to any sandwiches as a flavored sauce, as horseradish sauce for steaks, prime rib or corned beef recipes that you have. The homemade horseradish sauce naturally enhances any meat dish and acts as a flavor enhancement for all of those dishes and more.
Made with just a few ingredients this creamy horseradish comes together in less than 5 minutes. It’s been a favorite sauce in our family for years and it’s always on the table when we make this 4 ingredient Prime Rib both on the day of the special occasion and the following days as a horseradish sandwich spread with the prime rib sandwiches.
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The first question I usually get when making this sauce is what is horseradish? It’s kind of a funny name. Most people have heard of it from the horsey sauce they’ve seen at Arby’s but haven’t made it at home.
Horseradish is a root vegetable in the mustard family (its cousins are kale, brussel sprouts and regular radishes) If you look for it in the store it kind of looks like a creamy white oversized carrot.
What makes horseradish hot? (spicy hot)
Right out of the ground it’s actually not that hot. It’s when it’s ground or shredded that the heat is released.
There is a compound in horseradish called “isothiocyanate” that when oxidized either by grating, shredding or actually chewing it that when crusher releases the heat.
Making horseradish milder, not as spicy.
We like horseradish and like it the spicer the better so we don’t mind eating it pure. But to make it milder often when it’s purchased at the store it has been mixed with vinegar which really cuts the heat back.
While you can buy the fresh horseradish in the produce department and grate it yourself for ease and time purposes I recommend buying the jarred horseradish at your local supermarket.
It’s usually in the cold section by hot dogs and sausages or where you would find sauerkraut.
Health Benefits of Horseradish
Using horseradish out of the jar was recommended to me by my doctor when I was trying to lose a little weight. It has less than 2 calories in a teaspoon, zero fat with low carbs and sodium. Used on its own its a condiment that will fit into any diet without all the fat and calories while still adding a zesty flavor to whatever you add it to.
I would use it with a tablespoon of nonfat yogurt to make a spread to go onto a roast beef slice for added flavor. It made me feel like I was still getting to eat the good stuff!
Horseradish Cream Sauce Ingredients:
How to make Horseradish sauce?
Homemade horseradish sauce is so easy to make and comes together in less than 5 minutes. Using a handheld or stand mixer you’ll add the whipping cream, horseradish and salt to the bowl and mix on high until nice and thick.
I usually make the horseradish recipe early in the day to let the flavor develop a little bit while it chills in the refrigerator.
PRO TIP: When measuring out the horseradish remove as much as the liquid as possible to not water down the whipping cream.
Horseradish Mayo Sauce/Aka Horsey sauce
If you’re looking for a horsey sauce recipe like they make at Arby’s substitute mayo for the heavy whipping cream. You won’t need to use a mixer to mix it, just use a spoon. (You can also use my fresh and easy mayonnaise recipe for mayo if you are into making your mayonnaise homemade!)
Sour Cream Horseradish Sauce
If you would prefer a sour cream-based horseradish sauce you can substitute sour cream for the whipping cream. The only difference in making the recipe is you can just use a spoon to mix the prepared horseradish with the mayo.
Mustard Horseradish Cream sauce
Add 2 tablespoons mustard (I like whole grain, but dijon will work too) and 1 teaspoon of dry mustard to the bowl before using the mixer. Great to use on homemade corned beef!
Mustard Horseradish Cream sauce Served with Corned Beef[/caption]
Recipes to use this Horseradish recipe on:
- 4 ingredient Prime Rib
- Horseradish Crust Rib Eye Roast
- Spicy Beef Brisket Sliders
- Instant Pot Pot Roast ~just a drizzle over the top
- Pulled Pork
- Porchetta~ Crispy Pork Belly Roast
- Stove top Steak
- Grilled Lamb Chops
- Roast Rack of Lamb
Prime Rib topped with fresh horseradish cream sauce[/caption]
Other great Condiments you might enjoy!
- Chimichurri Sauce Try it on steak or chicken
- Tzatziki Sauce ~ great for spicy foods to cool it down
- No fail Buttermilk Ranch Dressing and Dip
- Bercy Butter ~great for any beef recipes
- Fresh and Easy Mayonnaise
- Marinara Sauce or dip
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- 1 cup heavy whipping cream
- 2-3 tablespoons prepared horseradish, remove any excess liquid
- 1/2 teaspoon Lawry's seasoned salt
- In the base of a mixing bowl add all ingredients. Mix on high for 3-5 minutes until whipping cream is stiff.
- Store in airtight container in the fridge until ready to use. Will keep for 3-4 days but will lose some of its volume.
Serving Size:8 Servings
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 104Saturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 40mgSodium: 27mgCarbohydrates: 1g