Wasabi Deviled Eggs (featured in Southern Living)
When I was growing up, we had a lot of visitors come to our house—everyone from extended family to neighborhood kids—and we often had deviled eggs at these gatherings. They are a real Southern treat, not usually found on Asian menus, and my family took a liking to them right away. Wasabi provides a touch of peppery pungency that adds balance to the mayonnaise in these deviled eggs. True wasabi isn’t commonly eaten in the United States—here, wasabi is a horseradish. The milder Japanese root version is grated and eaten fresh.