Kosher Certified Wasabi Peas
- texasmensch Jan 5, 2004 12:25 PM
Does anyone know where I can get Kosher Certified Wasabi Peas?
Wasabi peas are dried/crunchy peas covered in Wasabi. They are gaining popularity here in Texas, but I cannot find them with a kashrut symbol anywhere.
Can anyone help?
Here's the details on HG's good tip. I met Danny Kadouri at Kosherfest, he is sweeter than a fresh date, I'm nuts for the guy! But when's his place on Hester reopening???
Kadouri International Foods Inc.
234 Starr St.
Brooklyn NY 11237
I really don't know if these peas exsist in a kosher form but I betcha their easy to make...just dip FRESH peas in an egg white coating and roll in a mixture of fine breadcrumbs and wasabi powder. Boil peanut oil and lower into pot w/ a "spider" -- one of those cool asian cooking tools. They'll be great! Probably a lot easier than finding these things! If you really want to find the packaged one's, pose your question to the people at www.kosherdepot.com -- a great site that Sharon L. posted on this site recently.
Just reviving to let everyone know that Fairway has wasabi green peas certified by the O-K. It's under their private label. The 125th Street store definitely has them. I don't know about the others.
Can you tell me what Fairway is or what the full name is? Do they have a website? I don't live in Ny....