Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Broiled Squid with Montreal Steak Spice

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Cooking Squid

The holiday season is upon us and nothing beats getting together with the family and enjoying a hearty dose of seafood. I always feel the need to contribute and though I would try something a little new with squid or as some of you call it calamari.Squid for many is an acquired taste and if you slightly over cook it, it will be tough and rubbery, so you have to make sure that you get it right and when you do your taste buds will thank you for it. I used squid tubes that already were all cleaned for me, you can purchase this at local super markets (saves a tonne of prep time), I cut the tubes as if I were making calamari rings but I made sure to use a knife inserted inside the tubes to stop me from cutting all the way through (see pic below). Broiling on high cooks the squid quickly but make sure you don't over cook, the squid should easily come apart when you bite into them. You should use a baking sheet for best results and serve with your favourite side, I decided a bed of rice would be a great addition to the meal.

Inspired by Family

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Broiled Squid with Montreal Steak Spice Recipe 
Prep Time: 10 minutes  Cook Time: 10 minutes  Servings: 2

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