About the product
Tarako is a traditional Japanese food made from fish roe. In this dish, tarako is paired with spaghetti for a delicious East-meets-West experience! If you have never had it before, tarako paired with spaghetti may sound strange; but it is actually quite a popular combination!
This tarako spaghetti can be cooked in its bag, either in the microwave or in boiling water. Its packaging is designed to be compact and takes up very little space in the freezer; allowing you to have lots of tasty meals on hand without worrying about your freezer filling up with bulky boxes!
How to prepare
Microwave: Place the tarako spaghetti (still frozen, still in its bag) in the microwave. The side of the bag with a steam vent should be facing up. Do not cut any additional holes in bag. In a 500W or 600W microwave, cook for approximately 4 minutes 30 seconds. (The vent allows steam to escape so that there is no need to worry about the bag bursting). Boil: Place the tarako spaghetti (still frozen, still in its bag) in an ample quantity of boiling water. Cook for about 9 minutes.
Ingredients & Nutrition
This product contains spaghetti (durum wheat semolina), tarako (Pacific cod roe), rapeseed oil, flavoring extract (chicken, yeast, white-fleshed fish), hon mirin, potato starch, garlic, sugar, table salt, plant lecithin (from soybeans), spices (white pepper, red chili pepper), red yeast rice colorants..
Volume: 270g (1 serving)
Calories: 1 serving (270g) 410kcal
Salt Equivalent: 2.3g
This product is not suitable for anyone with allergies to wheat, soy or chicken.
The recommended shelf life for this product is 12 months.
Origin of ingredients
Origin of ingredients: tarako (USA). Prepared and packaged in Japan.
Specialty: Additive Free, Non-GMO