Horseradish Sauce (for beef)

Horseradish Sauce

Horseradish Sauce

I’m not personally fond of horseradish sauce with my prime rib roast.  It’s an acquired taste I just never acquired.   :)  I much prefer the “au jus” natural gravy the roasts make.  But my husband really likes it and this is the recipe he prefers.  This sauce is suitable for all phases of Atkins.  Here’s my foolproof oven-baked Perfect Rib Roast recipe if you’d like to try it sometime.

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1 c. sour cream

1 T. horseradish

1 T. mayonnaise (I use homemade)

Dash salt and black pepper

DIRECTIONS:  Stir all ingredients together, chill and serve with rib roasts, New England Boiled Beef, or grilled steaks.

NUTRITIONAL INFO:  Makes eight servings.  Each 2-Tbsp. serving contains:

75 calories

7.5 g  fat

1.46 g  carbs, .06 g  fiber, 1.4 g  NET CARBS

.97 g  protein

2 comments on “Horseradish Sauce (for beef)

  1. I really like au jus; however, a wonderful horseradish sauce with a prime rib is so nice, too. I guess I must sample both. Oh, the sacrifices you must make for the love of food..😉 Merry Christmas, Peggy.😀


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