Trying Out Assorted Asian Sauces, Condiments, and Seasonings
Hi, everyone. So for today, we're going to show you how to use the S&B premium wasabi paste in tube. So you can find this ingredient in Karman Foods. Visit www.karmanfoods.com. It's the number one curated Asian food grocery. It is the ultimate place for your Asian needs. We can provide Asian ethnic food ingredients and deliver it to your doorstep. We have Korean, Chinese, Japanese, and Southeast Asian ingredients.
The S&B premium wasabi paste in tube, it is 43 grams. And just the background, S&B is the first company ever to develop a tube wasabi and this became a staple item in Japanese market and throughout the world. It has the original flavor of hon wasabi. Its unique flavor is enjoyed with different kinds of foods like soy sauce for sashimi, sushi, fried foods, or even steamed and baked foods. So I'm going to show you what's inside this box.
Okay. Inside this box is a long tube that is 43 grams, so there is an opening at the bottom of it. We can open this one and show you that there is still a seal. And when you remove it, you can just consume as little as you want. So this premium wasabi paste in tube is very convenient to use as you can store it and put it in the fridge once you're done using it. What we're going to do for today is to mix the S&B premium wasabi paste in different sauces and condiment that you can also find in karmenfoods.com. So we have here the Kikkoman soy sauce. Another one is the Lee Kum Kee panda brand oyster sauce, Lee Kum Kee Hoisin sauce, and Marukan rice vinegar. So I just prepare here different dishes. We have here shrimp tempura that is baked, but you can also fry it if you want. You can also use steamed shrimps, so it's up to you. We also have here calamari, so this one is also baked, but you can also deep fry this one or just steam it. And we have here marlin steak, so this one is also baked that you can also steam it or fry it. And we have side dishes. So this one is a Mexican seasoned corn, just for a side dish.
So first, we're going to prepare our sauces. First is the Kikkoman soy sauce and then we're going to put a little of the premium wasabi paste, and then we're going to mix it. The next one is the Lee Kum Kee Hoisin sauce. We can put one to two teaspoon of this sauce, and then we can add a small amount of our S&B premium wasabi paste. So as you can see, it's very convenient to use as you can just squeeze the tube and then close it once you're done using it. Let's mix this one. The next sauce is the wasabi paste with Marukan rice vinegar. Just add one to two teaspoon of it in, another small portion of our wasabi premium paste. Then mix it again with a teaspoon or a small wire whisk if you have.
And the fourth sauce is using the Lee Kum Kee panda brand oyster sauce. So this one is a thick sauce, which is very reach in oyster flavor. Then all again, add a small amount of premium wasabi paste, then mix it again using a teaspoon. Mix it until it's well combined, so the flavor of wasabi will be evenly distributed. I'm very excited to taste the sauces. I'm going to try the calamari into our Marukan rice vinegar with wasabi paste. So the Marukan rice vinegar with wasabi paste is really good with calamari. As you can see, it's just a mild flavor and the texture is just very, very light. It really adds a good texture.
Now, I'm going to try the Lee Kum Kee panda brand oyster sauce with wasabi into our shrimp tempura. So you just cover it with the sauce and then this is the favorite part. So the sauce, the Lee Kum Kee oyster sauce with wasabi has this oyster flavor, but the wasabi flavor still stands out. Now I'm going to try the Hoisin sauce with the wasabi paste. So I'm getting a dip again, this calamari. So Hoisin sauce is a thick sauce. Okay. So as I can observe and taste, the Lee Kum Kee Hoisin sauce perfectly match and balance the wasabi, so it's like a sweet and salty sauce. Last but not least, I'm going to try the Kikkoman soy sauce with the wasabi paste, so I'm going to dip this marlin stake with our all purpose sauce and wasabi paste.
Okay, so this sauce is a little salty, but also sweet and I can still taste the pungent and strong flavor of the wasabi, which is really good. And I can see that these four sauces, the Kikkoman soy sauce, the Lee Kum Kee oyster sauce, the Marukan rice vinegar, and the Lee Kum Kee Hoisin sauce matches the flavor of the wasabi paste in tube. So as you can see, sauces and dips are really important with your dishes and recipes. Not only that it adds good flavor, but it also creates a good texture of your dishes. It's not going to be too dry or the paste will not be to blend. So I used different seafoods today, but you can also use other meats and other produce like pork or chicken or beef. And don't forget to have your side dishes. So this one is just a simple coleslaw, shredded carrots in cabbage. And I also used Marukan rice vinegar with this one. And lastly, we have here Mexican seasoned corn. So it's the source of your carbohydrates, but you can also have your rice or potatoes or even other carbohydrate rich foods.
So I'm just going to finish this all by myself. Again, we use the S&B premium wasabi paste in tube. Visit our website, www.karmanfoods.com. Our selection are constantly growing and if you have any suggestions, please contact us at our website. Happy eating.