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    Default Best sauce for silverside

    I usually do a cheese sauce but when I was younger im sure mum did a mustard or curry sauce or something. What sauce do you use?

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    I do a horseradish and dijon mustard sauce with mayo and sour cream. It is so delicious. mmmm.

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    I used to make a white sauce with seeded mustard in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    I do a horseradish and dijon mustard sauce with mayo and sour cream. It is so delicious. mmmm.
    That sounds awesome! I put dijon mustart in and on pretty much anything!

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    yum, recipe please? is the horseradish spicy for kids?

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    White sauce is the only sauce IMO!!

    But when having it with silverside, I always sauté some onion in the butter first, then make as normal. Yum yum yum.

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    Not spicy at all, I usually make lots, because I am a glutton, haha.

    Half cup mayo (best foods or Hellmans is best)
    half cup sour cream (none of that light business)
    I teaspoon of grated horseradish or horseradish cream (which I prefer but isn't gluten free waaa)
    Dijon mustard to taste - if I'm honest I probably put 1-2 tablespoons
    granulated garlic to taste
    Mix it up and all done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    Not spicy at all, I usually make lots, because I am a glutton, haha.

    Half cup mayo (best foods or Hellmans is best)
    half cup sour cream (none of that light business)
    I teaspoon of grated horseradish or horseradish cream (which I prefer but isn't gluten free waaa)
    Dijon mustard to taste - if I'm honest I probably put 1-2 tablespoons
    granulated garlic to taste
    Mix it up and all done!
    that sounds devine!! do you warm it up or serve it cold?

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    I'm lazy and cheat I buy white sauce packet mix!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shellandliv84 View Post
    that sounds devine!! do you warm it up or serve it cold?
    Cold.


 

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