Peanut in crispy crunchy wasabi
Peanuts + Wasabi = Dream team
The still somewhat stricter Cases variant of our WASABI RAVIOLI III is - in terms of the degree of severity - quite a challenge for your nose and your throat and you see it also mercilessly good in her pretty green coat of crispy rice that tastes naturally scary racy , A tiny pinch of sugar, which, as we know the taste of course be amplified is the secret sauce, so that the intensity of Wasabi again can beat tidy book. The crispy, crunchy shell hides inside the well-protected peanut kernel, which hardly can wait for his destiny: together with the tasty pastry and the intense wasabi flavour comes the nutty temperament of gently roasted peanut insanely good effect and makes this simple components a dream Snack!
Japanese Rendevouz with wasabi and peanut
If wasabi and peanut enter into an intimate connection with each other, thereby easily can arise from only something delicious. If the whole thing even presented as ravioli in a crispy Reisteigmantel, the enjoyment factor is actually not be bettered. We III up a gear intensive Wasabi above packed and come out at our WASABI RAVIOLI it is an intensive search for green, Japanese horseradish tasting Knusperkunstwerk for any kind of snack pastime. The savory spice you knew so far probably only from Japanese cuisine, world known as wasabi paste, wasabi is primarily served together with soy sauce for sushi and sashimi. Reason enough to turn for us this green delicacy in a spicy snack!
Ravioli Japanese style
The precious wasabi mustard oils burn beautifully in the nose and flowing delightfully down the throat. Unlike the brutal drama of Chili, wasabi does not burn on the tongue, making it a refined, exotic snack. We deliberately chose the form of ravioli, because it offers an ideal development field its typical flavour of the small peanut inside and of course you have the more dough that melts in the mouth almost. The perfect bar snack, which can be at home in the world, so popular is its notorious Sharp Image. Enjoy some whenever and wherever you like our Japanese interpretation of a crisp, sharp ravioli.