– Easy to make Andalusian Style Calamari –
Nothing says Spain like a plate of fresh and crunchy fried calamari ¨Calamares a la Andaluza¨. These beautiful squid rings are a staple in Spanish restaurants and bars, and are best consumed with a cold beer and some crusty bread. You can find the squid I used in this recipe at your local Asian market, they are usually in the frozen section. Check out the video below on how to easily and quickly make these tasty fried calamari and wow the crowd on your next party. Salud!
Watch the Video Below on How to Easily make Andalusian Style Calamari
Calamares a la Andaluza
- 1 Tube of Squid
- 1 cup of Sunflower Oil
- 3/4 cup All-Purpose Flour
- 1 Lemon
- Fresh Parsley
- Sea Salt
Grab a frying pan, turn the fire to medium-high heat and add the sunflower oil
Run some water through the squid and pat dry
Cut squid into about 1/4 inch thick rings
Grab a clear plastic bag and add the squid rings and the flour to the bag and mix all together until all squid rings are coated
Once your oil is very hot start adding the squid rings to the pan in batches, you dont want to overcrowd the frying pan
Turn after one minute and a half and cook for another minute or so, until the brown a bit, then add to a plate with a paper towel to drain oil
Transfer the squid rings to a new plate, sprinkle with sea salt, lemon and parsley
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