Wasabi Peas

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2006/08/01 14:07:06 (permalink)

Wasabi Peas

Wasabi peas are, IMHO, (1) addictive, and (2) expensive, i.e. over-priced!

Has anyone ever made this delicious snack at home? And if so, what were your results?

I know there are a couple of "recipes" on the Google, but I like to hear from someone who has ACTUALLY done the trick!

In addition to enjoying the peas as a delicious "snack", I have collected some recipes that "sound" delicious, particularly seafood recipes, using the wasabi peas (crushed) as a "crust."

I found and purchased some wasabi powders (McCormick and Kaneku brands). I also was told that Wegman's carries fresh wasabi, but have not checked that out yet.

Any comments or advice on making the peas at home?



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    NYNM
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    RE: Wasabi Peas 2006/08/01 17:11:55 (permalink)
    Can't say I make them at home, but they sure are delicious. BTW, I just bought dishwashing liquid from Williams& Sonoma in Wasabi Mint scent. It makes it actually fun to do the dishes!
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    offlady
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    RE: Wasabi Peas 2006/08/01 17:44:34 (permalink)
    Ive never heard of making home made wasabi peas. Using it crushed as coating sounds interesting.

    while we're on the subject, has anyone tried the wasabi Funyuns?
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