Wasabi Sauce

Wasabi Sauce

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A creamy texture with a bright and spicy wasabi bite.

Pairs well with…

  • Grilled or baked fish
  • Scrambled eggs
  • Fish tacos
  • Roast beef sandwich
  • Avocado

Wasabi Sauce

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Sushi is just the beginning for the fiery blast of hot wasabi. Spread this creamy version of classic wasabi on everything from baked fish to roast beef sandwiches for an added spark of heat and flavor. GIVEITZING™


Water, Soybean Oil, Root Blend (Horseradish and Wasabi), Distilled Vinegar, Sugar, Food Starch, Egg Yolks, Natural Flavors, Mustard Flour, Salt, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Spices, Vitamin E, Yellow 5, Blue 1. CONTAINS: EGG

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Mediterranean Halibut Tango


4 (6 oz) sea bass or halibut filets, skin and bones removed
2 TSP olive oil for brushing parchment paper
2 TSP shallots, minced
1 lemon, grated (yield about 1 ½ to 2 teaspoons zest)
1/2 lemon, juiced
1 TBS capers, rinsed in water and lightly chopped
1/4 C pitted Kalamata olives, quartered
2 TBS flat leaf parsley, minced
2 TBS sundried tomatoes (packed in oil) finely chopped
6 TSP Silver Spring™ Wasabi Sauce
2 TBS dry Vermouth
4 sheets 12” x 16” inches
Fresh ground black pepper, to taste


Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

In a bowl, mix together olives, sundried tomatoes, lemon zest, lemon juice, fresh parsley and capers (set aside).

Lay 4 sheets of parchment paper onto a table, fold each in half to make a crease and open back up. Brush or rub each sheet with a little olive oil and sprinkle about 1/2 teaspoon shallots evenly in the center of each paper.

Place fish a 1/2 inch above center fold. Season fish with fresh ground pepper and spread 1 to 1-1/2 teaspoons Silver Spring Wasabi Sauce on each piece of fish.

Spoon the olive-sundried tomato mixture evenly on top of each piece of fish.

It’s okay if the mixture falls over the sides onto the paper. Finally, sprinkle each fish with dry vermouth.

Fold parchment paper over fish to cover and maneuver ingredients so they are somewhat centered.

Starting at one end, fold and tuck edges of paper inwards to form a semi-circle shape. You can prep and keep this dish in the refrigerator several hours in advance before baking.

Place the parchment wrapped fish on a sheet pan and bake for 12 minutes for a 3/4 inch thick fillet or 14 minutes for a 1 to 1-1/4 inch-thick fillet.

Mediterranean Halibut Tango

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  • Everyday person

    By Steve from San Antonio
    Feb 27, 2019

    Really enjoy this product, also the jalapeno mustard. The mustard I have used for a couple years. But the Wasabi Sause, I can no longer locate, which l am down to my last 1/3 of a bottle.

  • Aaahhh

    By Brenda Thorne from 28792
    Apr 23, 2017

    Gives the right zip to any sandwich. Love your safari sauce.

  • Hospital employee

    By Randi Tassoul from Door County,Wi
    Oct 20, 2016

    Wasabi sauce is great with cooked cabbage. I place the sauce on my plate,I then dip my fork in the wasabi sauce then scoop up the cabbage. Fantastic flavor! What great products you have.

  • mrs

    By Anola Stowick from illinois
    Jun 30, 2016

    Love to dip fried green tomatoes in the wasabi sauce.