I do admit these Wasabi Noodles triggered a big craving for sushi. No wonder, all the pieces and parts are there. Except for the tuna. Wasabi and sushi fans, try this one and let me know how you like it.
Zesty and spicy, and with the addition of toasted sesame seeds, nutty too. Cucumber is sliced thin, so you’ll need a mandoline, a blade attachment on a food processor, or a finely skilled knife-person. (Yes, that’s my new term, knife-person.)
Hey friends! If you’re looking for a way to spice up a sandwich (maybe with left over turkey or ham from Thanksgiving?), be sure to check out this recipe tutorial wrote over at Tasty Kitchen for Wasabi Sandwich Spread.
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