Mentaiko Spaghetti


We usually enjoy spaghetti bolognese style with tomato sauce and ground beef, or maybe a creamy carbonara or cheese sauce. That is far too boring for Japanese tastes though, they prefer having a Japanese kick to their western dishes!
Mentaiko is the slightly spicy, seasoned roe of either cod or the pollock fish and is used in a large amount of Japanese cuisine, most notably as an onigiri filling or a topping for “wafu”, or Japanese style pasta.
This recipe for mentaiko spaghetti is really quick and easy to make and a great way to enjoy spaghetti.

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