1 kg of baby squid
Virgin olive oil
Garlic, parsley, half an onion 1 Cayenne (optional), bay leaf, squid ink, 1 bag White wine, Fried tomato
1 Knorr fish stock tablet
- Clean the baby squid, being careful not to break them in order to fill them, reserving the tentacles.
- In a saucepan add a little oil, add crushed garlic and parsley, add the finely chopped onion and sauté well, add the small cut squid tentacles and put the fried tomato, leave to fry for about 5 minutes and rectify with salt .
- To this mixture we add the cooked egg very well minced, mix everything well and let cool.
- Fill the squid with the previous mixture and reserve.
- In a saucepan put a little oil not much, put the cayenne garlic and parsley crushed, the bay leaf, the fish stock, sauté and add the stuffed squid, sauté for a while well, add the squid ink, dissolved in white wine, cook for 5 more minutes and thicken to taste with a little cornstarch dissolved in water. Bring to a boil carefully so that they do not stick to thicken.
We offer you baby squid marketed by Oblanca.
Nutrition & well-being
Nutritional Properties and Health Benefits
The baby squid provides all the essential methods and is high in high-quality protein.
- It is a food with few kilocalories and fat (100 g give us about 82 kcal and 1.58 g of fat).
- It stands out for its high content of potassium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium and zinc.
- As for its vitamins, especially A, B12 and B3.
- Within the ocean food, baby squid contains very little mercury, which is a great advantage for the consumer.
- It is a suitable food for people who want to follow a healthy hypocaloric diet, since its contribution in fat and in kilocalories is very low.