Squid are tubular shaped with ten tentacles or arms. Their meat is firm and chewy, with a mild and often sweet flavor similar to Cuttlefish. This frozen selection may cook up a bit less springy, but it offers the convenience of Squid whenever you want it.
Place frozen Squid in the fridge to thaw overnight. Cut tubes into rings, and fry them along with the tentacles coated with flour or cornmeal until crispy. Or stuff whole tubes and stew in a spicy seafood sauce. Remember to cook only until tender.
Always a healthy seafood choice, Squid are ultra-rich in proteins, Omega-3, B Vitamins and minerals such as Copper, Zinc and Iodine.