Made this last night and it came out good. Pretty close to Outbacks but I realized that it was missing something. It needs about a half tsp of salt or to taste and a little black pepper to taste. That was it. Fabulous afterwards.
This was delicious. I made it last night, and it went perfectly with slow-roasted prime rib and au jus.
Made this last night with some T-Bone's and everyone agreed it was just like what we get at the Outback (which we love but hate to spend the money on). Delicious!!! Thanks you so much Carmen!
I have never had this at Outback, so I didn't even know it existed, but it sounded wonderful. And it was!! Served this with a nice, big grilled ribeye. YUM! Thanks for posting!
This was SOOOO GOOOD! Just like the real stuff at Outback. Thanks for posting this yummy steak dip!
I am so glad you posted this! Hubby and I went to New Orleans for our honeymoon a couple weeks before Katrina hit and they have this sauce (or very simular) at the Seaport on Bourbon Street. They served it with their alligator. yum! We loved this sauce and had a hard time locating it on the web. It's great! Thanks so much!
Made this last night (We had "outback night" at the house) Level of zippiness can depend on the type or age of your horseradish - - the fresher, the zippier. Thanks for a great recipe.
I made this recipe after I found it on another website in the past, and again tonight to serve with my "Perfect Prime Rib" (#73866). To me, there's something about it that's not quite the same as the Outback version, but it's mighty close. I can't tell if it's the zip or maybe the texture that's different. It's probably just the brand of horseradish I'm using or something like that. This recipe is still very good and I plan to make it to go with prime rib every time I serve it. I'd give it 4 1/2 stars if that were an option. :-)
Made extra to have in frig when needed. Great sauce for roast beef also.