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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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Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 12:17 AM EST
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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 salt, 1/4 teas.vinegar.Make at least 2 hrs.before serving.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 6:35 AM EST
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Another great recipe - thanks Gale.
Could I ask, please, tell us the steps you take when cooking prime rib?

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 7:42 AM EST
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Thank you again gale -- I've copied this one too.   I have no idea when I would be buying a roast like that but the recipe will be on hand.  Oh, how I LOVE prime rib.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 8:11 AM EST
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If we ate Prime Rib I am sure this would be delicious!!

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 9:00 AM EST
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I absolutely love horseradish.  As a matter of fact I "burned out" one old blender grinding my own from the garden. 
I usually have a creamy horseradish like the one Gale has, I don't add the green onion, although I just might add it this year.  And I have plain horseradish as well. (Just a little interesting side note did anyone know Illinois grows a lot of horseradish?  As a matter of fact there is a Horseradish Festival downstate every year. I think I will try to make it this year pretty sure it is in July.) 
I have a great recipe for a pot roast that I add about 1 Cup of horseradish to.  Sounds like a lot but it mellows out during the cooking.
The "Prime" Rib roast sounds good as well.  I make mine in my Nesco Roaster.  It has a convection fan on it and the roast always turns out juicy, done just right and best of all my oven is available for other things.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 9:16 AM EST
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Duh ....
A CUP of horseradish to one roast beef?!?!  That sure does sound like a lot.

A Nesco roaster with a convection fan?!?!!!  Wow - I've never even seen one. 
Church has big electric roasters for dinners but I know they aren't convection.

Where could I look at/for  one of those and maybe consider buying --- for church, of course. I'd sure never need one.  What do they cost?

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 10:33 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib : Hi Nikki,I have to tell you there is a local restaurant we go to and they make the best country fried steak and their gravy is unique,I really like it so I asked what is in the gravy? HORSERADISH. The waitress said people either love or hate it,I love it.The owner is Greek,I wonder if it's Greek,using the horseradish.
Posted by gale g


Doubt that the Greek use a lot of horseradish but if you take the area it is not that far removed form Italy and that is just a stones throw from Germany so it is possible that some of the spices and herbs could have made there way in "family" recipes.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 10:42 AM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
Duh .... A CUP of horseradish to one roast beef?!?!  That sure does sound like a lot. A Nesco roaster with a convection fan?!?!!!  Wow - I've never even seen one.  Church has big electric roasters for dinners but I know they aren't convection. Where could I look at/for  one of those and maybe consider buying --- for church, of course. I'd sure never need one.  What do they cost?
Posted by Nancy G


Nesco roaster with the convection fan was purchased years ago from...QVC.. I don't know if it is made any more.  The full "official" name of it is..Nesco Roast-Air Oven.  Mine is an 18 quart size.  I can not recall the price.
It Air roasts,Air Broils, Air Bakes,Air Dehydrates,...it does not do windows or laundry.
The info from the cover of the little pamphlet I have: Nesco, The Metal Ware Corp. Po Box 237, Two Rivers Wisconsin.54241  Phone 414-793-1368.  I have no idea if the number is still good.  You could do a search for The Metal Ware Corp or even Nesco.
It is not much different than other roasters except for the motor that attaches to the top that has a fan on it.

The pot roast with the horseradish..if you would like the recipe let me know.  I will tell you it is very unusual.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 10:46 AM EST
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Love horseradish on everything and any thing. I'm not so much a meat eater so when I do ,definitely with horseradish!

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 1:22 PM EST
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Love horseradish with any kind of beef or pork...since I can't afford prime rib, my next roast beef will be accompanied by this...thanks!

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 2:03 PM EST
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I mix 1 tbsp horseradish (jarred) with 1 cup RANCH dressing. Seems Ranch is good for most anything. I have a stove with double ovens. The one on top is convection with rotisserie available. Didn't get the microwave on top because I would rather have it built in the cabinet island. If bought separately you can get a much higher wattage. Mine is 1500 watts the largest I could find. BAKES, yes bakes, a "large" potato perfectly in 4 minutes

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 2:11 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib : Doubt that the Greek use a lot of horseradish but if you take the area it is not that far removed form Italy and that is just a stones throw from Germany so it is possible that some of the spices and herbs could have made there way in "family" recipes.
Posted by nikki p


Could very well be the Greek influence. The Gyros are made with horseradish, a common spice as the radish itself takes some time and effort to make the sauce properly. Horsey sauce is well carried and used around Europe.

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posted at 12/22/2010 2:19 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
Duh .... A CUP of horseradish to one roast beef?!?!  That sure does sound like a lot. A Nesco roaster with a convection fan?!?!!!  Wow - I've never even seen one.  Church has big electric roasters for dinners but I know they aren't convection. Where could I look at/for  one of those and maybe consider buying --- for church, of course. I'd sure never need one.  What do they cost?
Posted by Nancy G

Sounds like thats the fix to clean ou my sinus problem!  LOL

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 2:21 PM EST
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Gale Thank you for sharing your recipe for both Prime Rib Roast and the Horseradish sauce.  Can I come to your house as you sound like one heck of a cook! 

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 2:50 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib : Could very well be the Greek influence. The Gyros are made with horseradish, a common spice as the radish itself takes some time and effort to make the sauce properly. Horsey sauce is well carried and used around Europe.
Posted by JOHN H


John, thanks for the info, I love Gyros and never realized there was horseradish there.  Might be one of the reasons I like them!

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 4:16 PM EST
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I love horseradish and it goes hand in hand with roast beef. Love it with pork too. Have had it so hot you nose just about snorts, lol. But oh so good. Have copied the one prime roast recipe would love the other.

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posted at 12/22/2010 5:04 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
Gale Thank you for sharing your recipe for both Prime Rib Roast and the Horseradish sauce.  Can I come to your house as you sound like one heck of a cook! 
Posted by Elsa M


Sure come on over I love to cook and bake,I love good food and good friends and they seem to go hand and hand with each other.My Mom was a fantastic cook as was my Mom in law,I wish I was half as good as they were.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 8:47 PM EST
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Oh, did I just get a DEAL on my "prime" rib roast.  Got to Meijer's, they had the lowest price at $4.49 a pound, and I thought that was good, well they had some marked at $3.59 a pound.  So I bought 2 one for Christmas Dinner.  The other I will cut the bones off, make soup or a Short rib dinner. And the rest I will cut into steaks.
Merry Christmas to Me!

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/22/2010 9:07 PM EST
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My Mom has always had horseradish in her garden and usually grates a lot to serve with just about any kind of meal.  A few years ago she gave me some to make my own horseradish sauce.  Well I didn't do it right away and the top of one started to grow in the crisper drawer.  I cut that part off and put it in some water and in a few days it had roots growing.  In the spring I planted it in my garden and that's when the fun started lol.  That was three years ago and I now have horseradish growing all over in the garden.  No matter how often I dig it out it always comes back since it spreads the roots as far as it can.  May just have to build a wall to keep it contained in one space!

Thanks for the great recipes. will have to try them soon.

Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib

posted at 12/23/2010 5:38 PM EST
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In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib:
In Response to Re: Horseradish sauce for Prime Rib : Hi Nikki,would you please post your recipe for the Pot Roast with Horseradish ?
Posted by gale g


OK, here goes..did I mention this is a bit unusual?
Beef for pot roast.  I use a 7 bone or blade roast.  But what ever you normally use for your pot roast.
Carrots.  I like carrots so I add a pound.
Celery.  I use about 3 or 4 stalks, I'm not a fan of celery so I don't use much.
Onions.  I like onions so I use 2 or 3 big ones cut into wedges.
Potato, I like noodles with this particular pot roast so I use 2 or 3, my husband gets them.
1 Can whole berry cranberry sauce, told you it was unusual.
beef broth or water, but I like the beef broth.
1/2 to 1 Cup horseradish
salt and pepper to taste.
a pinch of cinnamon.
Brown the beef, remove from pan and place in crock pot or dutch oven.
Cut the carrots and celery into 3 to 4 inch pieces
Place carrots, celery and onions and potatoes if you use them into the pan and begin to brown them just a bit.
remove veggies from the pan and add to the pot with the beef.
Add the beef broth or water to the pan and scrape up browned bits.  Add the can of cranberry sauce and stir until it begins to melt down.  Add the horseradish and seasonings.  Pour over the beef and veggies.
cook until meat is tender 3 hours or so in oven or stove top or 4 to 8 hours in crock pot.
I like serving the gravy over noodles so I make some wide noodles for this as well.

The gravy is almost like a sauerbraten type flavor with the sweet of the cranberry sauce and a bit of a tang from the horseradish.
I serve this with horseradish on the side as well.

If you do try this I hope you like it.  Been using this recipe for about 28 years.
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