Consumed by man for centuries, squid (Loligo vulgaris) is a cephalopod with a muscular but soft and fusiform body. It also has long fins or tentacles covered with suckers. Its white flesh is thin, slightly sweet, firm and tender.
Stuffed squid is when the whole body is stuffed with vegetables, it is then generally cut into pieces or slices. Cooked "à la romaine" or "à l'armoricaine", battered, fryed, as a salad, casserole, grilled or marinated, squid has many ways of being cooked.
Idées recettes par ici :
Encornets à la persillade
Encornets en persillade épicée par Sophie
Paëlla de poisson
Saumon rôti, encornets, crème de chorizo par Annick
Net weight : 600g
Fishing zone : Fished in Atlantic North-East. FAO 27-7
Fishing Method : Trawl net or Nets, gill or Line