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Cuttlefish from Al Thakeera by gbsolanzo

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Bill V D Westhuizen - 03/06/2019 09:28
What do you do with the cuttlefish apart from bait?
Karyn Duel - 03/09/2019 00:53
Yum, eat it! https://www.delicious.com.au/recipes/chargrilled-garlic-chilli-cuttlefish/l0HGgPsZ
Karyn Duel - 03/09/2019 00:56
https://www.thespruceeats.com/seppie-or-cuttlefish-2017651
Karyn Duel - 03/09/2019 01:00
I haven't personally cooked cuttlefish however based on the above recommendations, if it's similar to octopus I find boiling it for 1 hour will make it nice and tender
Mark Totzke - 03/13/2019 19:33
I'd think that they probably taste pretty similar to squid, right?
dean.ott52@gmail.com - 03/26/2019 05:42
Boiled for an hour ? Must taste like sole, (from your shoe !)
Karyn Duel - 03/26/2019 11:50
haha, no it makes it tender (otherwise it would be like chewing the sole from your old boot) and then you start the marinating process per above recipe
itsaboat - 03/26/2019 23:51
Yeah it is the same as squid...you even catch them the same way as squid.

Very good eating...same as squid. I have not looked at the above links (but thanks for posting, I will take a look later). Cooking is the same as squid - either very fast or long and slow. Go anywhere between and it will be worse than your boot soles !!

I prefer hot and fast. A blazing red hot wok (make sure all your prep is done first cos this is quick !!). If your wok does not smoke oil instantly, it is not hot enough !!!...If it burst into flames it is PERFECT !!

Stir fry...like toss constantly really fast, like you see in the movies. 20 to 30 seconds...go over 30 seconds and you will be looking at at least 1 hour boil to get the "tender" back.
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