– Pan Grilled Cuttlefish with Artichoke Hearts –
This Pan Grilled Cuttlefish with Artichoke Hearts is another delicious and classic Spanish dish. In Spain it´s mostly served as a tapas appetizer, but I like to serve it as a main course next to some roasted potatoes for an easy and enjoyable meal. This dish is naturally gluten-free, low carb and loaded with Mediterranean flavors. The cuttlefish that I used for this recipe I bought frozen, thawed it out and then patted it dry with paper towels. If you can´t find cuttlefish in your area, you can always substitute it for squid. The secret to this dish is to use a non-stick frying pan, since we are cooking the cuttlefish with no oil in the pan. This recipe is healthy, easy to make and done in under 30 minutes.
– What is Cuttlefish? –
Cuttlefish or cuttles are marine animals of the order Sepiida. They belong to the class Cephalopoda, which also includes squid, octopuses, and nautiluses – Wikipedia. If you have never eaten cuttlefish before it is very similar in taste and texture to squid, so like I stated earlier if you can´t get your hands on some cuttlefish (you will mostly find them at Asian supermarkets) just use squid for this recipe. Like squid, you don´t want to over-ccok cuttlefish, otherwise it will get a rubbery texture that is very unpleasant. Watch the video below on How to Make Pan Grilled Cuttlefish with Artichoke Hearts or check out the recipe card below, which you can print. Salud!
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