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Old 08-10-2009, 02:49 AM   #1
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Easy appetizer

heres a recipe of Calamari with Wasabe-Mayo Sauce
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Old 08-20-2009, 01:12 AM   #2
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This must be interesting ... never taste a wasabe with mayo before.

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This must be interesting ... never taste a wasabe with mayo before.

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it does taste good, gives the mayo a little kick. You can add more if you want. I think the spicier the better. :D
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Great thing about mayo it lends itself to so many dishes. Mayo and Hoison with a little grated ginger topping on mussels on the half shell and then broiled for instance
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While it's obviously easy to make Wasabi Mayonnaise yourself, it's now carried ready-made in virtually every grocery store (at least it is here in rural Virginia). There are several brands & so far all of them have been good. Wasabi Mustard is also a favorite around here - adds a terrific kick to sandwiches.
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