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Flavours & Trends - Wasabi Leaves

Standard Wasabi LeavesAppearance: Glossy, deep-green, heart-shaped leaves with the approximate diameter of 50-90mm

Flavour: Mild wasabi taste

Applications: Standard Wasabi Leaves work beautifully as a savoury plate element or as a flavoursome base for dramatic canapés

Complements: Steak tartare, salmon, white fish, crab, shellfish, cucumber, lime juice, citrus segments, strawberries, balsamic, nuts, karkalla, snow pea tendrils and finger limes.

Trends: @restaurantnavi is dishing up slow-cooked kangaroo tail, pickled, smoked and wrapped in a wasabi leaf, with confit wild onion pearls, muntries and kangaroo consommé infused with lemon tea-tree.

 

Flavours & Trends - Wasabi Florals

wasabi-flowersAppearance: Clusters of tiny white blooms on vibrant green stems

Flavour: Delicate peppery flavour 

Applications: A stunning garnish with flavoursome heat. Use as an alternative to freshly cracked pepper in a wide range of savoury dishes.

Complements: Seafood, red and white meats, sushi, sashimi, kingfish, soft cheeses, strawberries, watermelon and grapes.

Trends: Hiramasa kingfish, fresh diced wasabi and wasabi flowers, pomegranate and green chili pappadam is being served at @tonkarestaurant

 

Flavours & Trends - Baby Wasabi Leaves

baby-wasabi-leavesAppearance: Small, serrated, pointed leaves

Flavour: A pleasant peppery flavour similar to rocket

Applications: Baby Wasabi Leaves are a stunning garnish which contributes rich, warming flavour

Complements: Beef, lamb, chicken, salmon, tuna, trout, fetta and goats cheese

Trends: Variations of Ora with carrot peels, broccoli stalks, stock pot onions and baby wasabi leaves. Created by leading Australian chef @chef_michaelcole

 

Instagram Inspiration @homechefseattle

homechefseattleWe love the inventiveness of these Windowpane Potato Chips with Microgreens!

Created by @homechefseattle

 

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Instagram Inspiration @curtisstone

curtis-stoneZucchini flower, squash, olive, feta, and basil
by Chef @curtisstone @mauderestaurant

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