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Food Ankake あんかけ

Ankake (あんかけ) is a thick starchy sauce made of kuzu (葛) or katakuriko (片栗粉, potato starch) flour. It is used used in noodle dishes and Nagoya's "Ankake spaghetti".




Kanji: 餡掛け, 餡かけ
Kana: あんかけ
Romaji: ankake

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