More than just a squid recipe, there're cuttlefish and octopus recipes here as well (or rather, there soon will be), along with a link for preparing a very special tenderising kiwi fruit marinade.
It's no secret that squid can be a bit, well, chewy. But with this remarkable marinade, all that changes. To find out how it's done, have a look at fish marinades #2. But we're getting ahead of ourselves, as first we'll have to clean the squid and prepare it for cooking. The cooking process, as you'll see, will be over in seconds.
That's it, job done, squid cooked.
If the squid pieces are larger, wait around 20 or 30 seconds or so before turning the first one over. Give them slightly less on the other side, remove and serve immediately with the lime wedges for squeezing over.
Exactly as a above but cook it on a barbecue.
And you'll probably not be surprised to learn that griddled squid with garlic, chili and coriander is much along the same lines.
Just heat a ridged cast-iron griddle pan or heavy cat-iron frying pan over a high heat for around 5 minutes before proceeding as above.
This squid dish serves two people.
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