Simple wasabi recipes
Simple wasabi recipes
Most people associate wasabi with Japanese dishes such as sashimi, sushi and soba noodles. However, wasabi goes well with many other foods and can be used just like common Japanese flavorings such as miso and soy sauce.
Stylized wasabi mixes
Wasabi mixes well with a wide variety of other ingredients.
Melt butter then gently mix in wasabi to form a doughy paste. Use plastic wrap to form the mixture into sticks then chill in a refrigerator. This thick, rich wasabi butter is fantastic with steak. Raisins can be also be added to create wasabi raisin butter — also great on its own as a snack.
Simply mix wasabi with mayonnaise to taste. This slightly pungent dip goes well with fried foods or can be used as a dressing.
Easy to make wasabi dressing is always a favorite. Mix wasabi with vinegar and olive oil then add salt and pepper to taste.
Unique tastes from simple ingredients
Dollop wasabi and butter on top of cooked pasta then add a dash of soy sauce and mix to create a sumptuous Oriental-style pasta.
Spread a generous portion of wasabi over a slice of bread then toast in an oven. Some of the spiciness is lost but the flavor and pleasant aroma remain.
If you like Japanese tea, you’ll love this: Simply add a bit of wasabi to your Japanese tea and mix well.
Sautéed wasabi chicken
Spread a generous portion of wasabi over sautéed chicken cooked with salt and pepper. Heat for about three minutes. When done, add a dash of soy sauce. This wasabi mellows slightly but its pleasant aroma and taste linger.
Avocado and wasabi soy sauce
Avocado with wasabi soy sauce is said to closely resemble toro (the fatty part of tuna). Mix the wasabi and soy sauce to taste in a bowl then add bite-sized slices of avocado. Gently mix. For a really unique taste experience, wrap the avocado in dried seaweed!
S&B Wasabi Sauce
S&B Wasabi Sauce has a tangy, refreshing wasabi flavor with understated spiciness, making it ideal for a wide range of dishes including meat, fish and salads. Smooth yet flavorful, the sauce blends well with soy sauce and other dressings. Use your imagination and create your own original sauces!
Fish and chips, others.