Total Time
1hr 15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 1 hr

Almonds are very healthy nuts to eat and when I saw this recipe in our local TV guide I thought Aha yet another dimension to the almond. Remeber that Wasabi is VERY Hot. Wasabi powder can be found in most spice areas of your local super market

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat the oven to 275°F.
  2. Line a baking sheet with Release Foil or lightly greased foil or lightly greased parchment paper.
  3. Whisk the egg white and water together until foamy.
  4. Add almonds and toss to coat.
  5. Place almonds in a sieve to allow excess egg white to drain off toss lightly as you are draining them.
  6. Stir together the wasabi, cornstarch & salt in a large bowl or zip lock plastic bag.
  7. Add almonds and toss to coat.
  8. Spread the almonds on the baking sheet single layer and bake for 30 minutes.
  9. Stir gently lower heat to 200°F and continue baking for a further 20 minutes.
  10. Let cool completely.
  11. Serve now or store in an airtight container for up to a week.
Most Helpful

3 5

These almonds are very tasty! However I have to agree with the other posters, that they are lacking that "wasabi kick". Years ago my husband made these and we had the same problem. I attributed it to the wasabi powder, and vowed to use a different brand. Well, I did this time and I got the same results. I think that maybe the powder is just not as strong as the paste. I also put some wasabi paste into the egg white mixture, and when I made the wasabi coating I put in extra powder. Still no luck,. The next time, I will add even more wasabi paste and see how that works.. I will get that "kick" that I want!

3 5

Since it's more than apparent that heat kills the Wasabi flavor, why not add more Wasabi powder and popcorn salt to a bag, spritz almonds with soy after baking and shake them up in the bag?

3 5

I'm giving this recipe a middle of the road 3 stars, for the fact that while somewhat flavorful (from the salt I would suppose), they don't have the wasabi flavor or bite.