wasabi

[ UK /wɐsˈɑːbi/ ]
NOUN
  1. the thick green root of the wasabi plant that the Japanese use in cooking and that tastes like strong horseradish; in powder or paste form it is often eaten with raw fish
  2. a Japanese plant of the family Cruciferae with a thick green root
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How To Use wasabi In A Sentence

  • Chicken wing, eel, or wasabi ice cream, anyone?
  • Only the sizzling Mongolian lamb hotpot, mayo-slaughtered wasabi prawns, the stodgy dumplings and leaden-battered soft-shell crab were truly terrible.
  • After that came a fine example of chu-toro (No. 2 on the sushi-snob toro scale, above maguro and below the hyperdelicate o-toro), which Seki flavored with a mild wasabi sauce.
  • This study demonstrates that the material with a low molecular weight of 158 is an active component in wasabi leafstalk which stimulates bone calcification.
  • Even domestically grown wasabi is a rare treat, and should be used sparingly. December « 2008 « Off The Broiler
  • Main course was fillet of beef with a wild mushroom mousse, wasabi and potato rosti, wilted pak-choi and tempura vegetables and hoi-sin jus.
  • Chicken wing, eel, or wasabi ice cream, anyone?
  • Season and using a pastry hag fitted with a small round tip, pipe the wasabi mayonnaise into the center of each quail egg white.
  • Martin chatted with us about his upcoming ventures as we his tasted his divine wasabi gazpacho and sushi rolls. EXTRA Celebrates TV’s Finest With the 2006 Emmy Awards Lounge
  • It is often served just sliced on a plate with some bowls of chogochujang vinegared hot pepper sauce or, sometimes, soy and wasabi into which the fish is dipped before wrapping it in lettuce or perilla leaves and eating it. Fish
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