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Sour Cream and Horseradish Sauce

We use this dipping sauce for Beef Fondue or prime rib. It has lots of flavor and I like that the horseradish isn't too over powering.

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  • Mix all the ingredients in a small bowl.
  • Cover and let stand at room temperature for 1 hour for the flavors to blend.
  • Refrigerate any leftovers.
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"We use this dipping sauce for Beef Fondue or prime rib. It has lots of flavor and I like that the horseradish isn't too over powering."
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  1. MonsterMaha
    I made this to go with the Christmas prime rib. Instead of using sour cream, I used labneh, which is a middle eastern plain yogurt. In this recipe it was perfect. I made it the night before and chilled it. It was very creamy and everyone loved it with the prime rib. The only change I might make the next time is to use less salt, as a personal preference. Thanks for sharing a great recipe!
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  2. MonsterMaha
    I made this to go with the Christmas prime rib. Instead of using sour cream, I used labneh, which is a middle eastern plain yogurt. In this recipe it was perfect. I made it the night before and chilled it. It was very creamy and everyone loved it with the prime rib. The only change I might make the next time is to use less salt, as a personal preference. Thanks for sharing a great recipe!
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  3. Daley60864
    Very good sauce on the prime rib that I cooked. I did not add the green onion as I did not have any, added about an extra teaspoon of horseradish. Will make again for roast beef or as mentioned fish or crab cakes
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  4. CO Mom of 2
    Very tasty addition to the beef tenderloin we prepared (whole beef tenderloin recipe from this site). I did not add in the green onions, and I did add a little more horseradish, based on our personal preference.
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  5. Chef Karen 3
    Made this sauce for a prime rib Christmas Dinner and it was great. Don't be afraid to add more horseradish it was not hot per the recipe. My son and brother raved about it. Thanks, Karen
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