Japanese Mentaiko Spaghetti Recipe (Japanese Pasta with Spicy Marinated Pollock Roe) | Cooking with Dog by admin June 5, 2018, 10:49 am 48 Comments cookingcooking withfoodhow-toitalianjapanesekarashi-mentaikomentaiko spaghettiparmesan cheesePastapollockreciperoetarako spaghetti See more Previous article Potato Bread Starter/Appetizer Recipe – Quick & Easy, Party snacks,Evening snacks , Alpa Next article Baked Eggplant Recipe 48 Comments Leave a Reply I like the video, but I don't like the guy who's talking…can't understand him… Reply yum yum yum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Reply 중국어와 영어와 일본어의 혼종 Reply Francis and his jaunty lil hat! Reply おいしそうすぎる Reply 私の地元名古屋では、明太子といえば、辛子明太子を指し、タラコのことを明太子とは言いません。ママさんはこれらを、どう呼んでいらっしゃいますか？ Reply 석가탄신일 디즈니영화몬스터주식회사 오늘밤8;50 Reply i feel like i am watching robots. Why do most Japanese stuff seem so robotic Reply 腹減った、猛烈に腹減った、・・・・＾＾。 Reply the name cooking with dog could be malinterpreted hahaha xD Reply ご苦労様です Reply You make mee hungry Reply OMFG LOOKS SOOO AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS MMMMMMM☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️☺️ Reply Hahahaha!!! Francis is so cute! I made this but did not put daikon. It was delicious!!! My favorite way to have mentaiko is with musubi, especially if the nori is freshly roasted! Oishi!!! Reply is so crazy and idiot spaghetti Reply This channel is so cute I swear hahahah. The narration by doggy😂 Thanks for the awesome cooking videos, all of the food looks so yummy it's making me reallyyy hungry!! Thumbs up for the effort and everything👍 New subscriber here!! Reply Francis is adorable 😍 Reply Hey Cooking with Dog! I am starving was just wondering if tou could please make me some lobster mentaiyaki as I love mentaiko. Thank you very much/Arigato! Reply thank you for sharing Reply 手際が良くて、見た目も美味しそうで素晴らしいですね！ Reply amazing!!! isn't Mentaiko little too salty? Reply 1:02 0 Reply That spaghetti-spreading technique/wizardry! 2:13 Reply I googled ''Mentaiko''… O_O not recommended, some really weird stuff came up … Reply that looks delicious thank you for the recipe Reply poor dog has to be in front of the burner…. Reply that hat!!! it's so cute!! :)) Reply Baahhh! I'm so hungry! But my mom won't let me eat the dinner we cooked until my dad get's home from work! D: Reply Yes I like button! Reply can i use fettucini??????? Reply Thank you for the wonderful videos! Now off to cook……. Reply Mentaiko is red pepper cod roe Reply yup, i googled it, it is a dying stupid rule. i rest my case on cheese and fish mix 🙂 Reply yes i know that, i was referring to fish and cheese not pasta and fish. and no i'm not italian Reply chickens are birds. Reply Anchovies are fish. Reply Chef san Watashi ha America no Idaho shu ni sunde masul. Kokoni ha mentaiko naidesu. Attemo Reitou de sugoku takaidesu. Nagoya ni kaeru tabi ni Mentaiko spaghetti tabete masu. Ichido Nagoya no Motoyama ni aru Frying Pan restaurant de mentaiko spa wo tabete kudasai. Sekai saikoh dato omoimasu. Reply Looks yummy! Reply 海外にも明太子ってあるんですか？ Reply Arigato!! Looks Umai! I have some left over Mentaiko on the fridge….now I have something else to use it on….SPAGEHETTI SAUCE! woo hoo!! Reply I'm thai and now live in sweden. I have very hard time finding ingredient, Thanks to you. I will try this one out! Reply Madame,,,could you make an Ichiraku Ramen your style & version…! You can do it Chef, I believe you can…! Reply lovin the hat Francis! Reply Very brilliant adaptation. Reply ahhh so cute! love the hat! Reply YAY finally someone had a same activities as me on youtube! Reply Also, it is very inexpensive. About $5.00 for 2 large spaghetti servings. They speak English so don't worry about emailing any question. If you subscribe to them you can log on to see other products. I love Marukai Market. Reply You can add a plain hot, chili sauce of any kind. It turns the cream a nice pink. Shriracha is good for this but it does add a garlicky flavor. Sorry, I'm answering for the chef but he doesn't seem tp answer questions. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.