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Ankake Spaghetti

Spaghetti with Spicy and Sticky Sauce

With unique sticky sauce and colorful toppings of vegetables and red wieners, ankake spaghetti is a delight also to the eye. Thick spaghetti noodles are pan-fried and topped with rich spicy sauce that is sticky like sauces of Chinese dishes. The pungency comes from liberal use of peppers. It is said to have originated during attempts to adapt meat sauce to the taste of Nagoya people. Vienna sausages, onions, and green peppers are popular ingredients. Varieties topped with piccata or ebi-furai shrimp fritter are also popular. At many restaurants, the kind made with vegetables is called "kantori (country)", those topped with meat, such as sausages and bacon, are called "miraneze (Milanese), and those with both meat and vegetables are called "mira-kan" from abbreviations of the two names.

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This restaurant is famous for its ankake spaghetti. This dish is distinctive for its fat noodles and thic...
This restaurant is the birthplace of ankake spaghetti in Nagoya.
Morita Co., Ltd., the company that runs this restaurant, began operating Spaghetti House Ciao before the ...
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