Best known as a sushi condiment, wasabi can also used in recipes such as wasabi tuna, wasabi mayonnaise and wasabi salad dressing.
An quick and easy tuna and quinoa salad with celery, onion and wasabi. Makes a great lunch or light summer dinner. It is good for people with wheat or gluten allergies.
This is a very easy yet very elegant entree suitable for your most special dinners. Raw salmon is served on a blini with avocado and a wasabi flavoured creme freiche.
Don't be intimidated by the amount of wasabi in this recipe; it is cooked which mellows out the flavour. This is as good as anything you will get in a restaurant.
A nice simple sauce that's great on salmon, burgers or as a salad dressing. Super easy to make and only three ingredients!
This is a sweet and pungent bbq sauce which is good for any light meat such as pork or chicken. Use as a baste, a marinade or a sauce on the side.
Try serving the rice noodles, crisp vegetables and fresh herbs in separate bowls and let each person assemble his or her own noodle bowl. I highly recommend that each person combines the soy sauce and wasabi individually, too. Everyone knows how much wasabi they can handle!
This is a perfect healthy meal when served with steamed brown rice and Chinese vegetables like bok choy.
When you get tired of tuna sandwiches, try this recipe, which takes its inspiration from the sushi bar. Canned salmon is an essential pantry staple. For the wrap, you could also use mountain bread, Lebanese bread or tortillas.
This is so easy to make but the exotic miso and wasabi flavours give it a gourmet feel that will impress at your next dinner party.