by Erica Perez April 21, 2016

Ground dried horseradish root is an excellent stand-in for the fresh variety. It's easy to keep on hand and it creates an even texture in sauces, dips and condiments. We make a variation of this horseradish cream every year with our holiday Prime Rib. But it also works beautifully with salmon or roasted potatoes. I used dill weed in this preparation because I was pairing it with salmon, but you could easily add chives, dried shallots or green onion.

Makes 1 cup

Ingredients:
1 cup sour cream
2 tablespoons Horseradish Powder
1 tsp salt
Freshly ground black pepper
2 tsp Dill Weed 

Directions:

Combine ingredients in a bowl and adjust seasonings to taste. Let the mixture sit for at least half an hour to let the flavors meld.

 



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