Frozen Premium Mentaiko (Ago-Otoshi) AAA 150G Hakata Japan
Frozen Premium Mentaiko (Ago-Otoshi) AAA 150G Hakata Japan
Frozen Premium Mentaiko (Ago-Otoshi) AAA 150G Hakata Japan
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Frozen Premium Mentaiko (Ago-Otoshi) AAA 150G Hakata Japan

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Frozen MENTAIKO 150G/PK FR MARUKITA HAKATA JAPAN
Origin: Hakata, Japan
Size: 150g
Type: Frozen

We are happy to announce Hakata Mentaiko is now be available!! For Mentaiko, a salted and marinated cod roe, is one of the most famous Hakata (Fukuoka) dishes along with dishes like Hakata ramen. This product is produced in Hakata and shipped to the U.S from the Toyosu Market.  

The taste of the Mentaiko, or spicy cod roe depends on the fish eggs. The deliciousness of this product comes from the secret seasoning and flavoring method that brings out the taste of fish eggs.

This brand "Ago-Otoshi" is produced in Hakata and became a product name as it is so delicious your chin will drop.

 

How to prepare a frozen product?

Storage Instructions

All Frozen products must be kept frozen at 0° F ( -18°C) or Below. When storing fresh seafood, keep it in the coldest part of the refrigerator.  Make sure your home refrigerator is operating at 40°F or lower.  For Fresh Seafood: to preserve the best quality keep Fish under ice while in the refrigerator.  (Note: Fish will lose quality and deteriorate rapidly with higher storage temperature)

Thawing Instructions

It is best to thaw frozen seafood in the refrigerator overnight. Other thawing methods include: immersing frozen seafood in cold water for a short time in a sealed plastic bag or microwaving on a defrost setting until the fish is pliable but still icy.