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Wasabi & Wasabi Sauce

Donburi is a quintessential Japanese dish that’s a big household favourite. To make a donburi, take a big bowl of rice – the don – and top with whatever you’re hungry for: juicy pork cutlet for katsu-don, sliced cooked beef for gyu-don, or heaps of just-fried tempura for ten-don. Here, we’ve combined the distinct flavour of sushi rice with avocado and fresh tuna for a simple but special don. The combination of raw tuna with creamy avocado is sensational, while the piquant wasabi sauce simultaneously complements the creaminess of the sauce while cutting through the avocado. This is really worth a try.

This elegant starter combines the sharp heat of wasabi and cayenne pepper with the creaminess of avocado and mayonnaise.
A rice-free take on one of the most relaxed sushi styles. Adaptable to all diets and tastes, this healthy dish is perfect for parties
This is the simplest way to enjoy the taste of buckwheat soba noodles, and is ideal for hot weather.
Literally meaning 'escattered sushi', this differs from the other main kinds of sushi in that it is served in a bowl, with the vinegared rice being topped with an assortment of toppings, most typically raw fish.
This simple yet deeply flavoursome dish is a staple of Buddhist vegetarian cooking. Dip in different sauces for some delicious variety.
Spice up your lunch life with this easy-to-use, easy-to-get-addicted to wasabi sauce. Be careful - it's hotter than you think!
Japanese noodles are starting to catch up with sushi as the UK's favourite Japanese meal. Find out why with this healthy salad.

The combination of the softness of the yam and sharpness of the wasabi is what makes this dish special.

This is a chilled pasta with very rich and creamy wasabi-hinted avocado sauce. If you enjoy a little kick of wasabi, then this appetizer is for you.

Winner of the 2006 Original Sushi Competition. Recipe by Jaturavit Saysena.

Try this simply soy sauce dressing over salads for a deliciously piquant flavour.

It's party season, so here's a way to turn your cocktail sausages Japanese for something a little bit different. It reminds me of the taste of kushiyaki restaurants in Japan. Make your Christmas party snacks that little bit special with the piquant taste of wasabi and the sweet tang of spring onion.

Adults' Finalist sushi by Sanna Miettunen, from the Original Sushi Competition 2003.

Poached salmon is a British classic, but this recipe gives it a Japanese twist with the addition of wasabi mayonnaise. The fresh aroma of wasabi works really well with the salmon, delicate and tender from the poaching. Drizzled with creamy sauce, this is the perfect starter for a dinner party.

Finalist sushi by Ayako Tamura, from the Original Sushi Competition 2003.

A simple and delicious way to bring a little wasabi heat to any classic dish.

A classic sushi roll that's colourful and delicious.
Super simple sushi with no fussy cutting or slicing.
Furikake is a type of dry condiment, shaken over rice to serve. This freshly made, warm version is simple to make but packed with flavour.
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