4 Reviews

Yummmmm, this is a real nice sauce, next time I think that I will put it with prawns and salad like a prawn cocktail, that would confuse the guests as it tastes quite different from the usual one. Made for breast awareness 09

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Tea Jenny October 08, 2009

I love this sauce!!! I can see the possibilities, too-I think I will make some more and try adding onion, garlic, relish, celery, parsley, ginger-you get the idea! I think it will be great for sandwiches, burgers, fried seafood. Thank you, KarlaOregon, for a great recipe!!! Made for the Think Pink Tag Game In Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, October 2008.

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Mrs.Jack October 14, 2008

This sauce just did not work for us; I made as directed and served as a dip w/fresh vegies of carrots and celery. For us it had to much of an overwhelming ketchup taste - though we did like the slight bite of the horseradish. I have to add we've never had this type of sauce in a resturant before so really can't say if it's the same so to be expected. But as we are NOT big ketchup fans, so didn't really work for us. Maybe w/additon of other flavors as noted by other reveiwers to cut the ketchup a little it would work better for us. But I'm thinkinn it's probably just a personal taste thing - not necessarily the fault of the recipe.

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Bonnie G #2 October 01, 2012

Yummy sauce! I served with oven baked french fries and on top of a veggie burger. Delicious both ways, thanks! Made for Think Pink, 2011.

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Sharon123 October 05, 2011
Chinese Pink Sauce