Wasabi powder provides a nice change of pace from chiles. It provides heat, but has more of an herbal overtone and dissipates more quickly. Try it as a substitute for Dijon mustard, or as a flavoring when making homemade mustard. When cooking, adding a dollop of wasabi powder to your mashed potatoes or mixing it in with some mayo for a sandwich creates some great flavor. Combine equal parts of wasabi powder and warm water to make wasabi paste, similar to the familiar sushi accompaniment. You can also make an easy wasabi cream sauce in the same manner, just add warm cream until you reach the desired consistency.Ingredients: Horseradish, Japanese wasabi, mustard, artificial coloring, corn flour, citric acid, ascorbic acid. For wasabi enthusiasts, try our pure, undiluted "Namida" ground wasabi root.