Broccoli with Two-Cheese Horseradish Sauce

Broccoli with Two-Cheese Horseradish Sauce created by Herb-Cat

This luxurious sauce is fantastic with the broccoli. It is dressy enough for a special meal, and a little bit different from ordinary cheese sauces.

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  • Steam broccoli for 8-10 minutes or until crisp-tender; set aside and keep warm.
  • Whisk together flour and 1/2 cup whipping cream in a saucepan until smooth.
  • Gradually add remaining whipping cream, and cook over medium heat, stirring constantly, until mixture thickens.
  • Add the Co-Jack cheese, Parmesan, horseradish, and salt and pepper (to taste).
  • Stir constantly until the cheeses melt and the sauce is smooth.
  • Serve hot sauce at once over broccoli spears.
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"This luxurious sauce is fantastic with the broccoli. It is dressy enough for a special meal, and a little bit different from ordinary cheese sauces."

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  1. Herb-Cat
    Broccoli with Two-Cheese Horseradish Sauce Created by Herb-Cat
  2. Parsley
    Broccoli with Two-Cheese Horseradish Sauce Created by Parsley
  3. Parsley
    I love horseradish, so I knew I'd love this. You can definitely taste the horseradish, but it's not too strong. The sauce is nice and thick and stays right on top of the broccoli. I did cut some fat by making up half the amount of whipping cream with fat free half anf half. This is a keeper. Thanx!
  4. Babs in Toyland
    This is really tasty. I used fat free half and half also and the sauce was still good. If you like horseradish as much as I do you will love your broccoli this way.
  5. riffraff
    I did not let the sauce thicken enough but that was my fault not the recipe's. I used fat free half and half instead of cream. The flavor was really good. Great way to dress up boring broccoli.
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