Fresh horseradish root, sour cream, garlic and onions combine for a flavorful sauce to top everything from sandwiches to steak.
1/3cuphorseradish rootfreshly grated
2tspcoarse sea salt(or to taste)
1tspfresh cracked black pepper
Using a peeler, peel 3 to 4 inches of the horseradish root.
Using a fine grater, grate the peeled end of the horseradish root.
Combine all ingredients in a small bowl. Whisk together to fully incorporate ingredients.
Cover and place in the refrigerator for a couple of hours before serving; overnight is preferable.
It’s no surprise I’m a huge fan of sandwiches, and meat, and all things delicious really. What I find is that condiments can sometimes make the meal. This is especially true for sandwiches. On that note, smooth and creamy horseradish sauce might just be the king of condiments, at least for me anyway. Whether it’s on a smoked roast beef sandwich, or served alongside an amazing prime rib roast, or even on a beef tenderloin, this one is a winner.