Wasabi is a Japanese horseradish typically available as a dry powder we reconstitute to use as a topping for sushi. It's strong pungent flavor pairs perfectly in many recipes from vegetables to chicken to fish. Gold's, long famous for horseradish, uses their sharp vegetable to make flavorful sauce with just the right bite. We have prepared a tasty Pan Seared Salmon basted with Gold's wasabi sauce that everyone will love as well as Hot & Spicy Wings covered in this liquid green gold.
I always look for a way to change the standard Shabbat menu without taking away from the classic elements of a fish, soup, and chicken. I find that gefilte fish isn’t always a crowd pleaser, yet a fresh piece of salmon tends to have adults and children asking for more. After continuously eating dairy, dairy, and more dairy during Shavuot, it’s nice to give yourself a break with a low calorie, yet flavorful appetizer. Finding a way to get your family to eat healthy can be difficult, but searing the salmon allows the fish to become crisp on the outside, and juicy on the inside.
These Pan Seared Mini Salmon Bites are a great appetizer that will have your guest’s mouths watering. The wasabi sauce adds zest to this refreshing Spring dish. The tomatoes and asparagus will give color and extra flavor to this fast cooking salmon, which will be great when pressed for time and still want to cook up a great looking dish to serve to guests.
For another change of pace, Gold's wasabi sauce sure makes some spicy wings. Boys will be boys, and you can never go wrong serving some hot and spicy chicken wings. Whether they’re for watching sports or laid back pool party, this dish will be a hit at all your summer gatherings.
Gold’s wasabi sauce mixed with the sweet chili marinade creates a hot and tangy flavor, which will give your wings an extra hit of spice. Without frying them in deep battered oil, the flour adds texture to the chicken, which will give them that crunch they need, without the additional calories when fried.
Wings are a classic food that will never go out of style. They’re great for any age group, and can be served on a fancy plate or casual platter.
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Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post as part of a partnership with Gold’s. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.