Broccoli With Horseradish Sauce

Total Time
3hrs 15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 3 hrs

From Southern Living, a nice sauce to jazz up some broccoli. Time includes chilling time.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all ingredients except broccoli; stir well. Chill 3 to 4 hours.
  2. Separate broccoli into spears. Cook, covered, in a small amount of boiling water 8 to 10 minutes or until crisp-tender. Arrange in a dish. Top with sauce.


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This recipe has been in my "I Want To Try This!" for some time now. Now, I'm sorry I didn't try it sooner. This stuff is awesome! I had never heard of pairing broccoli with horseradish before, (what planet am I from?), because quite a few people from work had. I made this exactly as stated except I didn't grate the onion, just finely chopped it. All I can say is what a great new taste to bring to boring broccoli! I AM HOOKED! Thanks so much !

Nougat February 23, 2010

Superb! This is going into my over and over again cookbook. I made the sauce a couple hours in advance of when I thought we would have dinner, but dinner was delayed, and it was getting late. I had in my head I need to make broccoli tonight, so in the rush of making dinner in a jiffy, we ate the broccoli pan roasted (like in directions for recipe#155018) and forgot the sauce in the fridge!! Grrr.. But no matter- I had to try this - so I just dipped a raw piece of broccoli in it - and my eyes popped open! Yumminess! I can imagine this as a dip for all kinds of veggies - baby carrots, red bell pepper, cucumbers - I loved it! I should say that I subbed the dry mustard with dijon mustard (about 2 tsp) and it gave the sauce a great color - just a bit golden in the background of the white, with specs of the crushed pepper flakes - it was beautiful. I'll be making it often, and be eatin ghte rest tonight with some steamed broccoli, cauliflower, and baby carrots. Glad I picked this one for Beverage Tag! Thanks, lazyme!!

AniSarit December 06, 2007

EXCELLENT way to prepare broccoli! The sauce was outstanding and added so much flavor to the broccoli without overpowering it. I didn't grate my onions...just minced them and also added a bit more crushed red pepper flakes. Wonderful! Will make this again for sure! Thanks for posting.

RedVinoGirl July 08, 2008

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