Squid Rings

calamari rings squid delivered home

Squid Rings

£5.99
£9.98 /kg

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£5.99
£9.98 /kg

Frozen Squid Rings 600gr net weight drained. The rings are IQF frozen and will quickly defrosted and be ready to cook.

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Weight 0.6 kg
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Calamari Rings/ Squid Rings Delivered Home

Squid tubes cut into rings in a bag with 600g net weight. From the species Todarodes Pacificus. It belongs to the Ommastrephidae family of Squid. Also called Japanese flying squid common squid or Pacific flying squid. It is fished throughout Asia from South East Asia up to the Northeastern coast of Russia. While the concentration of this squid lives around Vietnam, Japan is by far the largest consumer. Already cut into Squid Rings making it perfect to use for any calamari ring dish. Order it today and get it delivered to your home.

Origin and Catch

Squid, found in various species across the world. The Japanese Flying Squid is one of the most common types of Calamari Rings. Caught in throughout the coast of Asia from China to Russia. Furthermore, also found on the Northwestern coast of Alaska. Furthermore, the largest concentration of this species appears concentrated around Vietnam. Mainly fished by Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean fishermen. It swims at between 100m and 500 deep. Although this Squid only lives for about one year, it can grow up to 50 cm in length. The total annual catch is approximately 300,000 tonnes, with the majority caught by Japan followed by Korea.

 

Cooking Japanese Flying Squid into a Perfect Calamari Ring Dish

The majority of this species of Squid Rings consumed fresh raw in Japanese Sushi. However, the frozen product commonly cut into rings and used for deep-frying. Commonly known by its culinary name Calamari Rings. Cleaned and cut into nice sized portions and ready to cook. Due to the chewy texture and mild flavor, normally eaten deep-fried or battered. Accordingly, Check out this recipe for buttermilk battered fried calamari. It makes a perfect snack, starter, or nibble for your dinner party. Make sure you prepare everything in advance and cook them right before serving. Serve with some lemon and aioli.

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