The taste and taste of 'almost tarako' is a cod roe-style kamaboko that has a rich butter flavor and is entangled in noodles. 'Ikeihei Akeboshi Yakisoba Daimori Tarako taste' tasting review

On the 13th of July 2020, ' Myosei Ippei-chan Night Shop Yakisoba Daimori Tarako Taste, ' which features the scent of charred butter and cod roe, has appeared in the 'Ippei-chan Night Shop Yakisoba' cup of Myojo Foods. It is said that the new material 'Tarako-style kamaboko' developed to reproduce the real thing in terms of appearance, taste and texture is used. I was really worried about what kind of new ingredient the tarako-style kamaboko was, so I actually tried it.

'Meisei Ippei-chan Night Shop Yakisoba Omori Tarako Flavor' (Released on July 13) | Nissin Foods Group

The package of 'Yakisoba Daimori Tarako Flavor at Meisei Ippei-chan Night Store' looks like this, and it says 'Tarako Flavor' in a big package.

Tarako-style kamaboko is a 'fish meat paste' product, and 45% is said to consist of tarako.

The raw material name looks something like this. There are two types of oysters: 'cabbage' and 'fish paste with cod roe.' Furikake contains 'cod roe' and 'seaweed'.

Calories are 751 kcal per 168 g per meal.

Inside was a liquid sauce, a special mayo, and sprinkles.

On top of the noodles was a cod roe-like kamaboko that looked like a slice of cod roe.

Pour hot water and wait for 3 minutes.

Turn off the water after 3 minutes. The tarako-like kamaboko that came back with hot water looks like this. When I tried the cod roe-style kamabokomi before seasoning, I can certainly feel the flavor and spiciness like this, but the texture is like a poorly crispy paste, the mashed texture unique to cod roe. Whether or not you can feel it is subtle.

Add liquid sauce and mix well……

Topped with sprinkles. The furikake contains the mashed cod roe and chopped seaweed.

Finish with mayonnaise. It has a very strong scent, and this scent drifts around before you eat it.

When you eat it, the rich buttery scent and saltiness of the sauce spread throughout your mouth. Along with that, I felt the spiciness when it was spicy, and the texture when I was in the furikake. The mayonnaise had a heavy texture, and it had a punchy taste, and it was plenty of volume.

in Gastronomic Adventure, Posted by log1i_yk