Mentaiko udon | Dirty Ladle (dirtyladle.com)
  • Dirty Ladle Mentaiko is processed from Alaskan pollock roe; generally it is marinated with salt and some other spices giving it a salty, slightly spicy taste. In its marinated form, it’s also known as karashi-mentaiko. This little eggs are perfect when you are on the go: pile a small mound of rice on roasted seaweed with mentaiko on top…voila! Ready to eat! However, if you have a couple of minutes to spare, the following recipe is tasty and simple to follow.
  • Lisa Cook Thank! I had a similar dish at a Japanese restaurant at Sawtelle once and wanted to reproduce it!
  • James Lee So simple but so delicious!