Products tagged with wasabi (9)
Dutch Wasabi® Plant 12cm
GROW YOUR OWN!
This is your chance to grow your own wasabi at home. The wasabi plant you receive is several months old. Nice for in the garden or on the window band. Completely edible and frost resistant. Harvest your own wasabi rhizome within 2 years.
Fresh Wasabi Rhizome
The stem or the rhizome is the most valuable part of the wasabi plant. These Dutch grown wasabi rhizomes toke 18-24 months to grow full-size. They are harvested to order to ensure their freshness. Sizes vary between 30 and 100 grams. We recommend 50 grams
Wasabi and Ginger Grater
Standard Japanese grater. This grater produces a fine paste. It can be used with wasabi or ginger. Ideal for occasional use. For optimal use you should use a bamboo brush to collect the paste from the grater.
Sharkskin Wasabi and Ginger Grater M
Medium wooden Japanese grater with sharkskin. This traditional grater produces a fine paste. It can be used with wasabi or ginger. For optimal use you should use a bamboo brush to collect the paste from the grater.
Dutch Wasabi® Stalks 200gram
Wasabi leaf stalks are the long slim stems attached to the rhizome and the leaves. They have a nice wasabi flavour with a mild wasabi heat. Thinly sliced as spring unions and dressed with one of our Japanese ponzus they make a rich, citrus dressed salad.
Oni Wasabi grater Pro
As smooth as a sharkskin grater without the wear and much more hygienic. A Expression of Japanese innovation. A most have for every professional kitchen.
Dutch Wasabi® Flowers
The Japanese eat most of the wasabi plant including the wasabi flowers. Wasabi flowers are tiny, cross-shaped white flowers that are in bloom from winter through early summer. They are decorative and tasteful. Each stem has a bunch of open flowers and bud
Dutch Wasabi® Leaves 12st (100gram)
These heart-shape wasabi leaves are about 20cm wide. Great for pickling and decoration. Vibrant color and texture.
Sharkskin Wasabi and Ginger Grater L
Large wooden Japanese grater with sharkskin. This traditional professional grater produces a fine paste. It can be used with wasabi or ginger. For optimal use you should use a bamboo brush to collect the paste from the grater.