Seriously mental

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by BiscuitsAB, Aug 25, 2011.

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  1. BiscuitsAB

    BiscuitsAB LE Moderator

    Whilst out and about today I bought some wasabi peas.

    Basically deep fried peas covered in wasabi, they are truly mental but I can't stop eating them. I think my tongues on fire.

    I strongly recommend them.
  2. Biscuits, I'd like a good wasabi ******* if you could facilitate.
  3. They are really nice Tesco sell them.
  4. BiscuitsAB

    BiscuitsAB LE Moderator

    Sorry mate got a cold sore, I'll just give jarred a shout for you.
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  5. First had them in Thailand ******* love 'em.
  6. BiscuitsAB

    BiscuitsAB LE Moderator

    They are bonkers, and cheap as well.
  7. jim24

    jim24 Book Reviewer

    I put them on salads moorish as fook
  8. thats like those chinese salted, dried plums! Wah plums!They're SO wrong but I can't stop nibbling on them!! They give me the squits too!
  9. Try some wasabi powder (bit like the powdered Colemans, but in little tins from the supermarket). Mix it with a bit of water to make a paste with a bit of olive oil and stir a SMALL amount into some tuna; serve with a nice salad and some rice crackers.

    Rather nice.
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  10. BiscuitsAB

    BiscuitsAB LE Moderator

    Cheers I think I'll try that.
  11. At a BBQ some years ago, a friend of mine who also was my ex boss kept taking calls on his mobile during drinking time, so I passed him a large teaspoon of Wasabi, whilst I in his full view quaffed a large teaspoon of guacamole, he naturally scoffed the whole thing seeing no adverse reaction in myself- the results were truly hysterical and I think he finally stopped crying tears of blood last week.
  12. Or if you're a lazy toad- like I happen to be- you can buy it in tubes from Waitrose's Japanese section. And pickled ginger in jars. Wasabe paste is great, makes you feel like you've been punched in the snotter. A bit like Colmans English Mustard did when I was a kid.
  13. Or, squeeze a couple of inches of Wasabi paste out of the tube into a saucer and mash it up in about a tablespoon of Maggi (or Soy) sauce. Tasty and breath taking.