By linguinelisa on June 04, 2012
Photo by alligirl
Photo by alligirl
"I found this copycat recipe on another website for the dip served with Texas Roadhouse's cactus blossom. I love their dip and I am posting it here for safekeeping."
Serving Size: 1 (54 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I love the Texas Roadhouse sauce and tis was great! Made with oven fries, jalapeno poppers and fried mushrooms! Made for Football Pool 2012"
"Very good! Instead of cayenne I used creole seasoning, and I doubled the horseradish. Served with onion rings. Yum Yum! Made for your Football win, 2013"
"Wow, this dip is addicting! There's no limit to what this tasty dip could be used for - I'm thinking a dressing for a roast beef sandwich and especially fried goodies like fries, onion rings and fried mushrooms. I'll bet it would be great with raw veggies as well. You can adjust the chili sauce and prepared horseradish for a little more kick -- I added additional chili sauce myself. Great go to dip as it uses items you always have on hand. Made for Newest Zaar Tag, July, 2012."
"I halved the ingredients--but the end result didn't seem spicy enough, so I used the original amount of chili sauce, horseradish, and cayenne, with only 1/2 cup each of the mayo and sour cream. Next time I think I will use three parts mayonnaise to one part sour cream--I would've liked a denser texture. All in all, a good recipe. We used it to dip homemade potato wedges in, but it probably really would do justice to some crispy golden onion rings. (Or an onion blossom!) Would also be yummy on steak sandwiches, or a grilled burger. Thanks for sharing."
"This was pretty good, but could have used a bit more spice, I think. I even used a spicy horseradish, but it needed something more. I used this as a dip for onion rings and it was a welcome change from our normal ketchup. Thanks for sharing, linguinelisa!"