Don’t purchase a bottle of Horseradish Cream Sauce when you can make this incredible prime rib horseradish sauce at home. All you need is some prepared horseradish, sour cream and lemon. This recipe comes together in a jiff and is a perfect sauce for Prime Rib.
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So easy, so zingy. A perfect and easy Prime Rib Horseradish Sauce for your next Prime Rib Dinner. Or we love this on Sour Cream Dill Scones with Smoked Trout appetizer.
Be sure to use prepared horseradish for this recipe and not a commercial blend of horseradish sauce. I like Beaver Brand.
Time to celebrate!
I come by my love of Horseradish thanks to my father. There was always a jar in our refrigerator when I was growing up and the dishes it was slathered on, too many to name. When I moved into a new home in Denver, I was curious to see a large leafy plant against the far fence.
Some research revealed that it was a horseradish plant. It was so much fun to make my own prepared horseradish from the root of the plant. And it made a great Christmas present for my dad. What great memories.
You don’t need a horseradish plant to make this easy Prime Rib Horseradish Sauce. This is a super easy recipe for your holiday meal plans.
I’ve not made it in years, but I don’t hesitate to pick up a jar of prepared horseradish to make this Homemade Horseradish Cream Sauce. So easy, and so much better than what you can buy. It’s a must to have a good horseradish sauce for that beautiful prime rib roast.
Prime Rib Horseradish Sauce
- 1/2 Cup Sour cream
- 1-2 Tablespoons Prepared horseradish Extra hot
- 2 teaspoons Fresh chives diced
- 1/4 teaspoon Lemon juice
- 1 pinch Cayenne
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Start with 1 tablespoon of extra hot prepared horseradish and add in small increments. The final amount all depends on how much you like horseradish. In a small bowl, mix all ingredients. Add salt and pepper to taste.
Prime Rib Horseradish Sauce … It’s What’s for Prime Rib
Jean | DelightfulRepast.com says
Lea Ann, this is just what I needed last week when I made roast beef for the first time in ages. Unfortunately, due to illness, etc, I’m behind on my blog visits and missed this till now. But I know where to find it next time!
Lea Ann Brown says
uh-oh! Illness is no fun at all! Hope you’re back in that kitchen by now.