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Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib
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We enjoy Horseradish sauce with our Prime Rib, Here is my recipe: 1 cup sour cream,3 Tbls. prepared horseradish,2 Tbls.finely minced green onions,white part only,pinch of sugar and a pinch of sal
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Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/23/2010 7:03 PM EST
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Okay Gale its a date...LOL  Have a very Blessed Christmas!

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/23/2010 7:05 PM EST
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I didn't mean to overlook the wonderful recipe from John.  Thanks a bunch for sharing your recipe you are a terrific sharing person.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/23/2010 9:31 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
This is how my Chef friend told me how to make the Prime Rib roast :take the roast out of the refrigerator about 1 -2 hrs before roasting to allow it to warm up a bit,it will roast more evenly.I make up a seasoning mix of 1/8 cup oil ,3 Tabs.coarse kosher salt,1 teas.cracker black pepper.1 Tabs of each onion powder and garlic powder.Mix all ingredients together and rub on the roast well.Place roast on a roasting rack in a shallow roasting pan do not cover the roast . Insert meat thermometer in the center of the roast but not near the bones.Preheat oven to your highest temp.but not broil.Place roast in oven and allow to brown for about 20 mins. to seal in juices and brown turn the temperature down to 300*and roast until the desired temp is reached on the meat thermometer,minus 10* the roast will continue to cook even after the roast is removed from the oven.Cover with foil and allow the meat to rest about 20-30 min.to allow the juices to be redistributed back into the roast.The outside will be more med.well and the inside will be more rare this is how I like it.I remove the bones before slicing and save the bones to make a nice pot of beef barley soup.You can season the roast anyway you would like of coarse.It some times is difficult for me to give exact measurements because I rarely use a recipe for cooking .I have started a family recipe file for my boys so they will have a general idea of what I did.
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Gale...

I must say this...you are certanly one amazing cook and baker!  I wish I lived close to you so I could learn from you.  I am a good cook and baker, but your amazing Gale!  Thank you for sharing your recipes and tips!

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/23/2010 9:46 PM EST
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I never was a rost beef eater until I tried this recipe, so I thought I would share it with you all!

HERBED FRENCH DIP SANDWICHES

1 LEAN BEEF ROAST (3-4 LBS.)
1/2 CUP SOY SAUCE
1 BEEF BOUILLON CUBE
1 BAY LEAF
3 - 4 WHOLE PEPPERCORNS
1 TEASPOON ROSEMARY CRUSHED
1 TEASPOON DRIED THYME
1 TEASPOON GARLIC POWDER
HARD ROLL OR FRENCH BREAD

REMOVE AND DISCARD ALL VISIBLE FAT FROM ROAST.  PLACE IN A SLOW COOKER. COMBINE SOY SAUCE, BOUILLON AND SPICES; POUR OVER ROAST.  ADD WATER TO ALMOST COVER ROAST.  COVER AND COOK OVER LOW HEAT FOR 10-12 HOURS OR UNTIL MEAT IS VERY TENDER.
REMOVE MEAT; RESERVE COOKING JUICES.  SHRED MEAT WITH TWO FORKS.  SERVE ON HARD ROLLS OR FRENCH BREAD SLICES.  SERVE COOKING JUICES AS A DIPPING SAUCE.  YIELD:12 SERVINGS

I hope you enjoy this as much as I do!  I also save some or all of the juices and use it in my Homemade Beef Noodle Soup!

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/24/2010 6:47 AM EST
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Susan said:
"Gale...
I must say this...you are certanly one amazing cook and baker!  I wish I lived close to you so I could learn from you.  I am a good cook and baker, but your amazing Gale!  Thank you for sharing your recipes and tips!"
Then she posted another wonderful, wonderful recipe of her own!

I certainly wish I lived nearer to both ..... oh, I'm not so interested in "learning"Wink ....I want to be invited to EAT.  lol

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/24/2010 7:09 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib : Gale... I must say this...you are certanly one amazing cook and baker!  I wish I lived close to you so I could learn from you.  I am a good cook and baker, but your amazing Gale!  Thank you for sharing your recipes and tips!
Posted by Susan K


Hi Susan,thank you for the compliment,people tell me I'm a good cook and baker but there is always room for improvement.That's why I'm so intrigued by food ,it is a constant learning process.It amazes me with just a few ingredients you can make so may different things.I wish all of us lived close and we could learn from each other.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/24/2010 7:24 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
Susan said: " Gale... I must say this...you are certanly one amazing cook and baker!  I wish I lived close to you so I could learn from you.  I am a good cook and baker, but your amazing Gale!  Thank you for sharing your recipes and tips !" Then she posted another wonderful, wonderful recipe of her own! I certainly wish I lived nearer to both ..... oh, I'm not so interested in "learning"  ....I want to be invited to EAT.  lol
Posted by Nancy G


Hi Nancy,can you imagine the fun and trouble we would have if we all did live close to one another? I don't think the world is ready for that.LOL.You would too be helping in the kitchen, you are the cookie Queen.We would all gain weight and have to go to Curves.lol lol lol.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/27/2010 9:09 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib : Oh Susan, I love,love,love french dip.Thank you for the recipe,your not so bad yourself,this looks great ! I'm thinking a nice eye of round for this,what cut of beef do you use ?
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Gale...

You will love this recipe!  I use a rump roast and it just shreds so nicely and very tender peice of meat! 

Gale and Nancy...

I agree, if we lived close to each other, that would be TROUBLE, but it would be fun!  We do have so many good cooks and bakers on VBB, it would be nice if we could collate al the recipes that everyone posted and make a book...That would be wonderful!!  Recipe book name....The Best of Recipes from VBB!  I think that would be a seller!


Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/27/2010 9:16 PM EST
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Susan -- what a great and fun idea.  Somebody should start that. soon.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/27/2010 10:07 PM EST
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It would probably sell quickly. I am printing out most everything I can in case they decide to change the site again.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/28/2010 5:45 AM EST
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Thanks John for having an interest in cooking and saving the recipes,I think that is great when men cook.If something would happen to me my husband would order pizza LOL every night for the rest of his life LOL I know you also know how to economize and that's even better.My husband says 50 cents here and there he doesn't care.Well in the last 12 months between gas savings,sale items and coupons I've saved over 3 thousand dollars.Susan this question is for you what do you cook the beef for the French dip in ,a slow cooker or a Dutch oven in the oven?

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/28/2010 4:36 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
Thanks John for having an interest in cooking and saving the recipes,I think that is great when men cook.If something would happen to me my husband would order pizza LOL every night for the rest of his life LOL I know you also know how to economize and that's even better.My husband says 50 cents here and there he doesn't care.Well in the last 12 months between gas savings,sale items and coupons I've saved over 3 thousand dollars.Susan this question is for you what do you cook the beef for the French dip in ,a slow cooker or a Dutch oven in the oven?
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Gale...

I use the slow cooker/crock pot.

John...

I have been printing out recipes too but I wish you can just print the recipe not everything else that goes with it, plus the print is so small.  That would be a nice feature if we could just print the post that has the recipe in it. 

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 1/14/2011 6:52 AM EST
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Gale,
I purchased a rib roast and your recipe came in the nick of time. It looks yummy and I will try it. Thanks.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 1/14/2011 7:17 AM EST
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Imake the homemade sauce for the chicken and it is great .

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 1/14/2011 8:44 AM EST
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Great info! Thanks for sharing - trying the recipe tonight! Smile
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