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If you want something different for a weekend BBQ or special dinner, you will find some easy and delicious fish & seafood recipes here to try!

RECIPE FOR SQUID: Squid in Tomato Sauce

1kg (2lb) Squid
2 Garlic Cloves
1 sprig of rosemary
125ml vegetable oil
600grams ripe tomatoes
Salt and Pepper
50g Butter

Clean the squid carefully (retaining the ink sacs) wash and cut into strips then allow to drain in a colander.

Chop the garlic and rosemary finely, then put into a saucepan with the oil.  Heat the oil and sauté the herbs for 2 minutes, add the quid and continue to cook, stirring frequently over a moderate heat.

Wash and sieve or blend the tomatoes and add them to the pan together with the ink sacs, some salt and a few twists of pepper.  Cover with a really tight-fitting lid and simmer very gently for 2 hours (the liquid should only just bubble)  Open the saucepan as little as possible, but from time to time to check that the pan is not drying up.

Add the butter and if the sauce is too thin, thicken it slightly with a little flour, check the seasoning and serve very hot.

Italian Stuffed Calamari Stuffed Braised Calamari Fried Shrimp & Calamari Calamari with Tomato Sauce Moroccan Style
Italian Stuffed Calamari Stuffed Braised Calamari Fried Shrimp & Calamari Calamari with Tomato Sauce
Moroccan Style




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