Independence Day Horseradish Sauce Recipe

July 4, 2013

If you love eating Texas Barbeque, or any barbeque for that matter and want to try something a little different than the normal sauce, then this one is a must try! Every 4th of July is an event of hamburgers, hot dogs and the smoked barbeque brisket, along with apple pie, and then finish that off with some fireworks. It is a time for remembering our heritage, family gatherings, and enjoying the time off with the special people in our lives. I hope everyone remembers to thank a soldier if they run across one for the freedom they afford us on this special day. Happy Independence Day America!

I have created a horseradish sauce for some barbeque brisket that I think is pretty spectacular, and I wanted to share it with anyone wanting to do something a little out of the ordinary. I know most serve the traditional 4th of July meal with ketchup, mustard and/or even barbeque sauce. This just gives something extra to the holiday meal, and shows that you put a little more effort into it. It is a cold process sauce and can be made ready in all of about 5 minutes, Enjoy!!!

Ingredients:

2 cups of low fat yogurt

1 cup of mayonnaise not miracle whip, you can use low-fat if you wish. I had regular.

1/3 cup of Boars Head Horseradish

1 tsp of salt

1 tsp Dijon mustard

1 tsp sugar

1 tsp garlic powder

1/2 tsp thyme dry

1/2 tsp coarse black pepper

Directions: Add all ingredients to a bowl and whisk, add to serving dish and serve immediately or add to the fridge and chill until ready.

HOOAH- God Bless America!

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