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Wasabi Sandwich Spread

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This spread is perfect to spice up any sandwich. I personally love it on turkey. Add it to some shredded cabbage and it’s great on fish tacos.

Ingredients

  • ¾ cups Hellman's Mayonnaise
  • 1 Tablespoon Wasabi Paste
  • 1 Tablespoon Soy Sauce
  • 1 Tablespoon Honey (heaping)

Preparation

Whisk your ingredients together. Use as a sandwich spread or toss with some shredded cabbage and it’s super on fish tacos!

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ClaireS on 11.25.2010

What a versatile sauce!!!! Love fish tacos and have never found quite the right sauce for them. Will give both the leftovers and the fish a whirl with this wasabi spread!

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manda2177, i am baker, i am mommy on 10.22.2010

This looks amazing! Great job!

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prairieprincess on 11.30.2010

Delicious! I actually looked forward to my leftover turkey sandwich for lunch today because of this spread. I was amazed that the wasabi wasn’t overpowering, but it did come together much like a honey mustard with the sweetness and the slight zip of the wasabi. Great recipe!

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GeekyGal on 11.30.2010

ZOMG! Love the taste of this spread. Reminds me of a honey mustard… Asian style. Thanks!!

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Melanee on 11.29.2010

Mmmmm! I just tried this on a leftover turkey sandwich and it was fantastic! I used to buy French’s wasabi horseradish mayo, but I think that with the soy sauce this was actually better. I just noticed that I forgot the honey, which I’m sure would make it even better.

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