Wasabi + mayonnaise

Lawrence asked why I put all the foods I cooked for Christmas on my personal blog. Actually, I have seen enough of those rich, extremely tasty but sinful foods so I am not going to write about them until much later. On my personal blog, I merely pasted the photos, no need to write lengthy recipes. No more turkey, no lamb or heavy stuffs like that for the time being.


I bought a tin of wasabi powder the other day and usually mix the powder with a little warm water to make a wasabi paste for sashimi. However, I had ran out of sashimi and still have plenty of wasabi powder left. So, I added them to mayonnaise with some extra sugar.


The result is a very sharp taste mayonnaise which makes the dip very interesting. It sort of gives the fried fish I was having extra delicious. After that discovery, I had been adding wasabi to mayonnaise whenever I have some food to dip in.

Try it!

Post Author: Lilian

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3 thoughts on “Wasabi + mayonnaise

    Erina Law

    (December 27, 2006 - 8:30 pm)

    You can also put in curry powder into the mayannaise – another taste of your dip. Add in some chop onion and garlic. Taste better too.

    Mayonnaise is really easy to use actually. Can also make thousand island out of it. That is what I do at times when i prepare my vegetables salad. Put in some tomato ketchup and chilli sauce(optional). Get some egg yolk (from the hard boil egg). Grate the egg yolk. Then, add the mayo, ketchup and chilli sauce. Mix well. Add some pepper, salt and sugar – to your taste. Save space in the fridge. No need to have another bottle of thousand island and for some family you hardly used it. So a bottle of mayo is really good ady. LOL.


    (December 28, 2006 - 1:52 pm)

    Actually besides wasabi, you can add some condensed milk into the mayo with some lime. Refreshing. That’s how my dad woeking place (restaurant) does. Taste good.


    (December 29, 2006 - 11:17 am)

    Think your wasabi+mayo can cook up some prawn dish. Eaten in some restaurants before, called Wasabi prawns and the sauce looks like yours. 🙂

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