Wasabi is a light green spicy paste often served with Japanese meals. A taste of this paste can increase the heat in your mouth.
Comedian Johny Lever tried Wasabi for the first time ever, and his reaction video has gone viral on Instagram.
Wasabi is often mistaken to be horseradish. Although it belongs to the same family Brassicaceae, which also includes mustard, it is very different from its cousins.
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Anand Mahindra expressed his wish for ordering Japanese food but was discouraged by a toddler who tasted wasabi for the first time and dissed it right away.
The wonderful thing about making chocolates at home is that you can experiment with flavours that don't exist. Think wasabi with chocolate or floral bars.
Just like wasabi, kasundi is highly pungent mustard sauce, with the power to zing your nasal passages and bring tears to your eyes.
Sushi is a bite-sized, fish and rice dish that is relished with soy, wasabi and ginger pickle.