Wasabi Mayonnaise is a spicy and creamy sauce that typically consists of mayonnaise and wasabi paste. Wasabi paste is made from the grated root of the wasabi plant, which has a pungent and spicy flavor similar to horseradish. The origins of the recipe are unclear, but it is believed to have been developed in Japan, where wasabi is commonly used as a condiment for sushi and sashimi. Wasabi mayonnaise has since become popular around the world, particularly as a dip for seafood, french fries, and other fried foods. The combination of the rich and creamy mayonnaise with the fiery heat of the wasabi creates a delicious and unique flavor profile. Today, the Wasabi Mayonnaise recipe can be found in many cookbooks and online recipe sources, often with variations to suit individual tastes and preferences.
Combine the wasabi paste, soy sauce and water in a small bowl, stir well to form a paste and add the mayonnaise, Store, covered with cling film, in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
Serve with grilled or fried fish, steak or French fries.