Horseradish Sauce Recipe

This simple horseradish sauce is a great condiment for steak, roast, tenderloin, or in your beef sandwiches.

Okay, y’all. You are totally going to have to trust me on this one. This is a recipe you just have to make the next time you have steak, beef roast, or beef tenderloin.

You will thank me later.

In my family, we call this recipe Horsey Sauce, but don’t get it confused with the Arby’s version. It’s quite different. It really is more of the consistency of a compound butter. But when you put it on top of a hot, steamy steak it just becomes a bite of pure deliciousness.

It’s so simple to make, too.

These are your main characters to this goodness.

Start by creaming your butter.

Add in your cream cheese.

Get your butter and cream cheese all nice and creamy.

And then add in some horseradish.

Oh man, do I love horseradish. And it sure does shine in this recipe.

You should start with one big ole heaping tablespoon to begin with, cream it all together and taste it. Then if you are like me, you add another heap of it in.

Adjust it to your tastes though.

And then put it in a container and into the refrigerator until ready to serve.

You’re going to love it!

Here’s how I make my horseradish sauce recipe. Try it soon!

Horseradish Sauce Recipe
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This simple horseradish sauce is a great condiment for steak, roast, tenderloin, or in your beef sandwiches.
Serves: 12
  • ½ cup butter (1 stick), softened
  • 1 8-ounce block cream cheese, softened
  • 2 tablespoons horseradish (adjust to taste)
  1. Cream butter and add in cream cheese. Cream together until fluffy.
  2. Add horseradish and cream together.
  3. Place in refrigerator until ready to serve


Robyn xo


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    I cannot wait to give this a try. I really love horseradish and reach for it any time there’s beef on the menu. Even stir it into beef stew, I like it that much. This is going to be a perfect addition to our next steak dinner.


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