Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

My "Aunt Sue" had this published in a cookbook many, many years ago. The difference is the bite of the horseradish and the crunch of the dried onion. MMMMMM-good! Make sure the mayo is high-quality and the curry is, too. I use more curry as we like the taste.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix first 5 ingredients well.
  2. Add vinegar and stir.
  3. Cover and refrigerate overnight to let flavors blend.
  4. Serve with raw vegetables, or as desired.


Most Helpful

After it sat overnight, it was flavorful (I was a little generous with the seasonings), but it needed more substance. Next time I'll experiment with cream cheese and/or sour cream, and reduce the mayo. It was strangely addicting with pretzels, but would only work well with veggies if it were thicker. However, it would be wonderful as a dipping sauce for artichokes.

Marla Swoffer April 25, 2005

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