Pasta Napolitana


This pasta originated in Japan even though pasta dish came from Italy. The main distinct point of it is fry the pasta with ketchup not tomato sauce. One day Japanese chef, who worked kitchen in a hotel invented it after World War Two.

I bought it at a convince store

They named it Napolitana because he thought that that name was easy for Japanese to say. It spread all over the country and today you can see it every cafe or convince store.

I like its taste. I find it nostalgic taste every time I eat it. The ketchup and sausage are good pairing. I think it is Japanese Italian pasta. So please try it.

I bought it at the same time. It is French toast sandwich in bacon.