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Wasabi spice blend

This Wasabi powder from Sakhalin island releases cool and spicy notes. Mix with soya sauce to spice up poultry, fish and and pan-fried garden vegetables.

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Which Dishes to Use Wasabi In?

This wasabi is to be mixed with soy sauce to accompany poultry. It will enhance your fish and sautéed garden vegetables.


How to Use the Wasabi Blend?

Here are our recipe ideas to use the wasabi blend in your cuisine:

wasabi paste: 1 teaspoon of wasabi blend is enough to make this delicious condiment (find the complete recipe below);

ginger and wasabi shrimp: in a pan, heat olive oil with the shrimp and add 2 teaspoons of wasabi blend;

wasabi butter chicken: under the chicken skin, spread a mixture of 50g of butter and ½ tablespoon of wasabi blend;

wasabi mayonnaise: in your mustard, add ½ teaspoon of wasabi blend.

Discover the recipe for homemade wasabi

The Aromas of the Wasabi Blend

Wasabi is what we can call a Japanese mustard. Both spicy and fresh, powdered wasabi is ideal for enhancing your preparations.


What Is Wasabi?

Wasabi is an entirely edible plant, meaning that it is possible to consume both the rhizome, leaves, and flowers. There are two types of wasabi, "sawa wasabi" which is cultivated in a semi-aquatic environment and "oka wasabi" whose quality is less important. Oka wasabi is cultivated in open fields. Wasabi is therefore a plant that grows in the water of streams at the foot of Japanese mountains only.

In spring, the buds bloom, and it is at this point that the root is ready to be harvested. When the rhizome is fresh, it is grated to obtain a paste, the leaves are crushed and then dried to obtain powder, and the flowers are used in fresh or dried cooking. Wasabi rhizome is extremely expensive, which is why few people have ever tasted real wasabi. In fact, in reality in the West, we make an amalgam, what we call "wasabi" is actually a mixture of horseradish powder and mustard.


What Is Terre Exotique's Wasabi Blend Made Of?

Working with producers from all over the world, at Terre Exotique, we have made it a point to offer our customers a blend that contains real wasabi from Japan. That's why our wasabi blend is composed of horseradish powder, mustard, and real wasabi leaves, a 100% natural product, directly from Japan. A perfect blend to experience the true flavors of this famous Japanese paste.


The History of Wasabi

The word "wasabi" means in Japanese "mountain hollyhock". So, it is a natural plant that only grows in Japan. The first traces of its consumption in Japan date back to antiquity. Very quickly, this root reduced to paste was greatly appreciated and became an integral part of the cuisines of the imperial court as early as 1000 AD. Gradually, this paste made its way to our continents much to the delight of our taste buds!

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Allergen Moutarde / Mustard
Native country FRANCE
Ingredients horseradish powder 87.5% (China), MUSTARD powder, corn starch,
wasabi 0.1%, antioxidant: E300, acid: E330, colourings: E102**-E133.
**May have adverse effects on activity and attention in children.
Nutritional Info VN Energie pour 100 g (energy for 100g) : 1573 kJ / 376 kcal
VN Matière grasse (fat) : 9.5 g
Dont acide gras saturés (of which saturated fat) : 1.2 g
VN Glucides (carbohydrate) : 57 g
Dont sucres (of which sugars) : 23 g
VN Protéines (protein) : 14 g
Vn Sel (salt) : 0.05 g
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.
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