Cheeza Pleeza Wasabi Cheeza Spread
03 August

Wasabi Cheeza

Wasabi Cheeza is a blend of fresh wasabi and aged graded cheeses. It has a creamy texture and is has a mild-medium heat. This a true fusion of Asian flavor with traditional Pub food. Many pubs serve a soft cheese spread in a crock, with club crackers that is made with home grown horseradish and/or […]

Wasabi Cheeza is a blend of fresh wasabi and aged graded cheeses. It has a creamy texture and is has a mild-medium heat. This a true fusion of Asian flavor with traditional Pub food. Many pubs serve a soft cheese spread in a crock, with club crackers that is made with home grown horseradish and/or herbs. The cheese in the blend balances out the intensity of straight wasabi but delivers a mild-medium horseradish burn that finishes with notes of soy and ginger.

Wasabi Cheeza Pleeza is great with rice crackers, pita chips and vegetables. It works as a base for roast beef or ham sandwiches and roasted veggie roll-ups. For breakfast it is lovely with poached eggs or in an omelet. Grilled or baked Salmon, tilapia, cod come alive when a dollop of this is placed on top.

For entertaining, Wasabi works with every type of beverage that we have tried – beer, sake, wine, mixed drinks, frozen.  Our group like it better with drier wines and beverages instead of sweet drinks but it does well with plum wine.

How to Use Wasabi Cheeza Pleeza

Serve with rice crackers, pita chips and vegetables.

Use instead of mayo as a base for roast beef or ham sandwiches.

Make roll-ups – Spread inside tortillas then top with roasted veggies, sprouts, avocado slices.

For breakfast it is lovely with poached eggs or in an omelet.

Grilled or baked Salmon, tilapia, cod come alive when a dollop of this is placed on top.

( Kelley there are pictures of several of these recipes above and we can include one or two of them. –

Kelley can you make a template so the how to use sections are similiar for all of the posts. I can’t figure out how to put the bullet points in after its loaded in. )

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