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Soy-Wasabi Sauce

The kick of wasabi, or Japanese horseradish, gives a lively accent to seafood.

by Lou Seibert Pappas


Seared Beef in Autumn Broth With Wasabi Cream

This dish began as a variation on a French recipe called boeuf à la fìcelle (literally “beef on a string”), which requires the cook to ti...

by Sara Moulton


Homemade Wasabi Mayonnaise

Wasabi is a traditional accompaniment to sushi. We like to serve wasabi mayonnaise with grilled tuna or, better yet, tuna burgers.

by Carla Snyder and Meredith Deeds


Wasabi Lime Dressing

This beautiful green dressing packs a real punch: I love it on watercress and avocado salad and, indeed, on anything that is served with ...

by Nigella Lawson


Asian Tuna Tartare

Eric: The first time I ate raw tuna was in America—in Europe, this type of tuna doesn't exist—and I became an instant fan. I love this t...

by Eric Ripert and Maguy Le Coze


Wasabi Tuna Burgers

Combine green onions, tuna, wasabi and soy sauce. Form into 4 patties, 1 to 1½ inches (2.5 to 4 cm) thick, and coat with oil. Broil or ...

by Andrew Schloss


Wasabi Potato Pancakes

Pancakes as a side dish for dinner? If made from potatoes, they can be served as a crisp accent to a meal in place of bland mashed potato...

by Dave DeWitt and Nancy Gerlach


Fresh Tuna and Radish Salad with Wasabi Dressing

Raw tuna is beautiful: silky smooth, with a rich mouth feel that is reminiscent of a well-made pate. When something is so good, there's n...

by Michel Nischan and Mary Goodbody

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Tuna Tartare with Yuzu & Wasabi

This may come as a surprise: the best-tasting tuna is not colored solid ruby red, but is rippled with white swaths of fat—a fact that has...

by Rocco DiSpirito


Seared Tuna with Green Beans, Lemon, and Wasabi

This dish isn’t a makeover, per se. But there are so many beloved--and believe it or not, unhealthy--seared tuna dishes out there in the ...

by Rocco DiSpirito


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