I only needed a recipe for horseradish sauce. My guests raved over the sauce. I actually added an additional 2 teaspoons of horseradish. My good friend wanted to know the recipe for this incredible sauce and I told her you can always count on recipezaar.com for finding great recipes. I especially like reading the comments and definitely pay a lot of attention to the 5 star rated dishes.
nothing to say but "yummmy." added a few extra cloves for my garlic loving crowd.
Made this for Dad yesterday for Father's Day, on the grill. He loved it! Had steak salad for dinner next day. Yum!
I only had a New York Strip steak but made just cooking the steak, slicing, and serving with the sauce on toasted french bread. Served with James Beard's Horseradish Coleslaw. Loved it.
I recently served this recipe at a dinner party I had hosted and the guests RAVED!!!!!! My husband grilled the tenderloin on our Weber kettle grill(charcoal) and it turned out wonderful.. the only thing we nixed was the bread!!!! One of the guests is a chef and we even impressed him!!! Thank you so very much!!! 5 stars and a standing ovation to DiB's
This was a delicious main course for our Christmas dinner. I used a 6 lb. tenderloin that fed 10 people, then made tenderloin sliders using yeast rolls slathered with the yummy sauce. Thank you, DiB's!
I made this for a picnic and it was very well received. I used dried thyme and italian seasoning for the mariade. That was over powering even though I used just a tablespoon. It took much longer to smoke then indicated here, but it was WELL worth it for the wonderful flavour of the hickory. This horseradish sauce is perfect just the way it is written, and I have leftover for something else. THANKS for posting! :-)
Wonderful sauce _ I served it with a plain oven roasted filet of beef - Super flavor. This sauce is very versatile and would compliment so many recipe. Great with fish I bet! East & quick to make too Thaks Di for another great one
DiB, I made a beef tenderloin for Passover and used my own recipe for the tenderloin of beef, however, my DH wanted horseradish sauce. Your recipe sounded easy enough to make and it was. The only things I did differently was to cut the mayonaise in 1/2 (I'm not a mayo lover) and I added an additional teaspoon or two of horseradish (because my DH loves the stuff). It turned out beautifully.....nice and creamy.
This sauce is out of this world! I oven-baked a huge tenderloin with just olive oil and Montreal Steak Seasoning and served it with this sauce. Everyone (including the kids) loved it! It reminds me a bit of the mustard sauce served with stone crabs (which we had the night before) so I think we need to try it with them next! Thanks so much!