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This was really good! I planned on having shrimp for dinner but didn't realize I was out of cocktail sauce. Your recipe saved my dinner! Thanks for posting.
Restaurant quality cocktail sauce that tasted delicious with the shrimp cocktail I made last night. I will always use this recipe from now on. It was so easy! Thank you.
Really good! I used 1 1/2 tbsp horseradish and lime juice, just because I used my only lemon to boil my shrimp in. I also used 1/2 cup chili sauce and 1/2 cup ketchup. YUM!
I've been making my own cocktail sauce for several years now but never thought to add Worcestershire sauce. It was a great addition.
Made this last night and it is great! Made exactly to recipe. Thanks!
This was excellent -- I usually hate all other forms of purchased cocktail sauce because they're too sweet or just blah. However, sometimes I just purchase Silver Springs cocktail sauce (found in the cold-case deli section of the store) and add a little extra horseradish to it and it's very good.
Very easy to make with ingredients around the kitchen. I doubled the quantities and added a dash of Louisiana Hot Sauce to kick it up. Everyone in the party enjoyed it and wanted some more. Next time I will triple the quantities.
Great sauce! I cut it down to 1/4 of the recipe, just estimating ingredient amounts that became too small to measure. So easy and tastes perfect! I am definitely keeping this recipe, thanks!
yum yum....definitely 2 Tblsps. of horseradish for our tastebuds!
My husband dislikes horseradish and he enjoyed this sauce. Served with cod cakes. Halved the recipe, using 1 Tbsp horseradish, but still had extra. Will cut it in fourths to make enough for only a meal.