A selection of Octopus Recipes on video
Very popular in Spain here is a selection of Octopus recipes including how to prepare an Octopus from scratch Try the Stir Fry recipe or perhaps the soup
How to clean octopus – cooking tutorial
The octopus can be prepared in different ways: fried, boiled, stewed or as a salad with potatoes… Sonia shows us how to clean and eat it at its best, on the cooking tutorial by YellowSaffron! *** The octopus has lean meat and it can be prepared in different ways: fried, boiled, stewed or as a salad with potatoes. I’ll give you some advice to eat it at its best. Let’s see together how: If you buy a frozen octopus, the sac is already cleaned. If the octopus is fresh, you need to remove the entrails in this way. Make a cut on the sac at eye level and cut off the eyes with a knife. Remove the beak in this way. Now tenderize the octopus by beating with a kitchen hammer, in this way the meat won’t be chewy. Wash the octopus under running water. To curl the tentacles, dip in boiling water for 2-3 times. In this way your dish will look nicer. Now the octopus is ready to be cooked in boiling water.
Galician Style Octopus or Pulpo a la Gallega
This quick and rustic octopus dish is an incredibly delicious way of enjoying the taste, texture, and tradition of Galician octopus. Set over a base of boiled potatoes and dressed in plenty of paprika and olive oil, it makes for a special lunch, tapa, or appetizer.
1.5 lb / 600gm Baby octopus 6 cloves fresh garlic 1 thumb size fresh ginger 1 medium size onion 3-4 fresh lemons Salt to taste Red/green chilies (optional) 1 thumb size galangal ( optional ) Lemon grass ( optional) Fish sauce ( optional)
Octopus & Chorizo Stir Fry 4K
Hey everybody!! Here is my version of Spain’s “Pulpo Salteado Con Chorizo.” I went ahead and did an Octopus stir fry with Mexican Chorizo, Andouille Sausage and vegetables. I think this is one way of introducing your self to eating Octopus. Octopus is really delicious and tender when cooked right. If not cooked right, it can be quite chewy. This Octopus stir fry is very easy to make and fun as well. I hope you try this and Enjoy. Buen Provecho!!
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