This is a very rich and tasty cream that can be used either as a flavour additive to a meat and fish meal. I prefer to use it as dip, but each to their own. There will be other recipes that use this cream sauce as an ingredient.
Wasabi Potato Fritters (Hash Browns)
This is a recipe that uses up the leftover Wasabi Mashed Potatoes that your last night dinner guests didn’t finish. Although in my house that doesn’t normally happen so I have to make another lot for this simple recipe. 🙂
Beef Potstickers with Wasabi Maple Dipping sauce
This recipe may appear a bit fussy with emptying and filling frypans or skillets with liquid, but the effort is worth it. You will want to make more of these. 🙂
Roasted Beef Tenderloin with Sweet Wasabi sauce
This is a meal for when you want to make an impression. There is a bit of fiddling around, especially getting the ingredients, but when you serve it with Wasabi Mashed Potatoes you will think you have died and gone to heaven. Ingredients ½ cup peanut oil (or another high temperature cooking oil) 1 Tbsp. […]
True carpaccio, a dish originally using beef that was invented in Harry’s Bar in Venice during the 1950s, requires a homemade mayo and a dash of good mustard. This recipe is a variation on that using wasabi in a unique way. We hope you enjoy this. This is a dish that can be partly prepared the night before.