• Squid & Octopus Tempura Vegetables

    Fried Squid Balls

    This is a variation of ‘Kakiage’ Tempura, and the mixture has a resemblance to the ‘Okonomiyaki’ mixture because Cabbage is commonly used. However, you can use other vegetables such as Onion, Broccoli, Cauliflower, etc. You can shallow fry the mixture into mini pancakes if you prefer. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 500g Whole Squid OR Tubes2 …

  • Squid & Octopus Vegetables

    Garlic Butter Asparagus & Squid

    The sauce made with Garlic, Butter and Soy Sauce is great for Vegetables, Meat, Fish, Seafood, Pasta, Rice OR anything. Today I cooked Asparagus and Squid. I tried to use Oyster Sauce instead of Soy Sauce, and it was also delicious, though Oyster Sauce makes the flavour sweet. This is a very simple stir-fry dish. …

  • Squid & Octopus

    Kara-age Fried Squid

    ‘Kara-age’ is a Japanese deep-frying technic, that is often used to cook Chicken. You need to marinate the ingredients before frying them. The Soy Sauce base ‘Kara-age’ marinade is very versatile and can be used for a variety of ingredients including Squid. I add Salt and Chilli to the Flour mixture for extra strong flavour. …

  • Squid & Octopus

    Salt & Pepper Squid

    If you don’t mind your kitchen cooktop getting oily, deep-frying is the best way to cook Salt & Pepper Squid. I have tried oven-baking method, but deep-frying is better. And it is not too hard or scary to cook that way. Many people use Wheat Flour for coating, but my choice is definitely Rice Flour. …

  • Squid & Octopus Takikomigohan

    Squid Takikomigohan

    This is a super simple Takikomigohan that you can try when you have fresh Squid. I use Dashi Stock to cook it, but you can cook with Water because Umami and lovely flavour should come out from fresh Squid. A little bit of Sesame Oil can add an extra flavour. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients 2 …

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