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Wasabi Powder

Wasabi Powder is a convenient, shelf-stable way to give a potent blast of wasabi zing to your recipes. This zesty, bold powder gets its tangy heat and sharp flavor from a blend of horseradish and mustard powder.

  • Potent flavor offers the same sharp bite as fresh wasabi

  • Fiery flavor of horseradish and mustard

  • Pale green, finely ground powder

  • D'allesandro
    Price: $35.15
    $2.51 / Ounce

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    Suggested uses

  • Blend with equal amount of cool water to make a traditional wasabi paste to serve with sushi or sashimi

  • Elevate the flavor of seafood recipes

  • Add to mayonnaise, salad dressing or other oil-based sauces

  • Add a fiery kick to potato dishes

  • Basic prep

    Mix equal parts Wasabi Powder and cool water together well. Let stand 10 minutes for flavors to develop.

    Storage & handling

    Store in dry, cool place.

    Ingredients

    Horseradish, mustard powder, cornstarch, citric acid, ascorbic acid, artificial colors (FD&C yellow #5, FD&C blue #1). Contains mustard.

    Our Wasabi Powder is a convenient, shelf-stable way to add a potent blast of wasabi zing to your recipes. Simply blend the powder with water and serve as a condiment on its own, or incorporate it with other ingredients to lend wasabi's fiery kick to other foods.

    As our "entry-level" wasabi product, Wasabi Powder gets its zing from a zesty blend of horseradish and mustard powders, with a mild heat level that is typical of the wasabi used in most restaurants. It is a convenient, economical and shelf-stable way to add the tangy, potent flavor of wasabi to your recipes.

    A key ingredient in many traditional Japanese dishes (perhaps most famously many styles of sushi), wasabi pairs well with many different ingredients. Its peppery, potent flavor and sharp aroma add brightness to bland foods like roasted or mashed potatoes. Wasabi also makes an interesting addition to dipping sauces or salad dressings.

    Wasabi is a Japanese root plant of the Brassicaceae family, which also includes horseradish, cabbage and mustard. Occasionally referred to as a Japanese horseradish, this rare plant has proven very difficult to cultivate outside of its native Japan and parts of New Zealand, and is therefore quite expensive.

    Classic recipe

    Wasabi Mayonnaise

    Our zesty Wasabi Powder combined with soy sauce and lemon juice-inflected mayonnaise serves as the perfect dipping sauce for seared tuna, blanched asparagus or grilled, Asian-style steak.