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Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Chargrilled Whole Squid with Lemon and Black Pepper

 As Mamarazzi mentioned in earlier post, Uncle Anton gave us a whole lot of fish and sotong(Squid).

All quite big. SHe was not sure how and what to cook it with. Sambal Petai? Hmm ...fridge no petai wor.

Look for Mr G la. Found Jamie Oliver's recipe for  "Chargrilled whole squid with chilli & mint". 

As usual...Mamarazzi didn't have the complete ingredients so she "pakai hentam" la. Slitted the sotong like what Jamie Oliver did.

Put lemon juice,extra virgin olive oil, black pepper and salt then drizzled all over the squid.

Sumbat(stuffed) the whole tray into the oven . 



 As the sotong were turning white, before it hangus start to char, she too out and spoon up some of the "juice" from the tray. This to be use as dip for the sotong.

 Finally......it's ready...

Taste...not bad. Fuiyo...the sotong were full of "eggs" (roe) . Papa love to eat the roe.

Well, kira as not bad la for first attempt making this Chargrilled Squid.

39 comments:

  1. Looks delicious. We have a recipe using Tilapia which uses lemon pepper (lemon and pepper in a spice)... Love it.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. Mmm.lemon pepper...nice. I hv used before

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  2. Woah ..... sotong bakar ! Drooling .....

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  3. Sounds easy to make but yet taste nice - very good first attempt!

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  4. OMG, your squid looks so delicious !! I can finish all the squid and all the roe la.. Wah, aku asyik je telan air liur nie..

    Eh, mamarazzi's pakai-hentam method always works leh.. Supposed to have mint right, but no mint also nevermind.. The recipe is good enuff without mint (coz I also don't like mint).. I might choose to omit mint also if I cook this recipe.. I also like to pakai-hentam.. If me ahh, when I see the word lemon juice, I sure hentam add some butter and crushed garlic inside..

    Mamarazzi very clever, use the oven.. The oven is very useful, helps us a lot leh in our daily cooking.. No need to deal with oil splatters, wiping the walls and what-nots.. Just marinade with good ingredients, kasi "yap mei", then chuck into the oven and bake.. Healthier than frying.. And no oil used (unless you add butter inside, which I usually do)..

    So you guys makan itu aje? No rice? Other dishes mana? Fish? Sure the fish will be in the next post.. Can't wait to see mamarazzi's pakai-hentam method to cook the fish pulak..

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    1. Aiya...you dont kick pecah me geh....forgot all about mint . Lol. I hv tanam mint leh.

      Oven also oil coz got add olive oil

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  5. Yummmmm!!!! That looks good!!!!

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  6. oh, it's mamarazzi's cooking time!! hehehehe, i have to say again and again, i love reading mamarazzi's cooking post lah.. so spontaneous and so improvise with whatever she has.. the title of the post already attracted me a lot lah, chargrilled squid with lemon and pepper!! wow, sounded so delicious already..

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    1. This round can proudly say it's not bad lol

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  7. ah, easy and simple dish to prepare right?? just hantam everything and then pop into the oven, and i think the cooking also didn't take long right?? wow, smart lah mamarazzi, took out the juice from the tray halfway and jadi the dip for the squid.. eih, i think that juice also nice if dipped with bread hor??

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    1. Not pandai but rather "kopi" what said in the website. Not enuf juice for roti.maybe next time put more juice

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  8. oh, so many telur inside ah?? errr, but i don't really like the telur lah, cos it's soggy and i can "tergelintir" (errr, is my spelling right ah??) eating that.. still prefer the crunchy type of sotong which is empty inside lah..

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    1. What talking you? Tergelintir?

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    2. Ya wor...wat is tergelintir? No leh ...not lendir leh

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  9. Wow, so nice...

    I want to migrate and be your neighbour, kakaka...

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    1. Wei..Singapore hv more famous blogger chef leh like anncoo n shirley tay

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  10. Lovely dish. I seldom cook sotong because don't know what to do with it. Shall give a try when I balik from my short holiday.

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  11. I didn't cook the whole sotong. Cut into slices and goreng aka spring onion with ginger. Very Asian taste.hahah

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    1. Same here. The next two style were malaysian style ...err...provided can find the pics la.. seems to hv gone missing...

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  12. It looks delicious! :)

    Perfect for CNY dinner too, but like my dear told me, it needs to be served whole. Haha! She said that for fish anyway, or else it's "no head no tail".

    Happy CNY to you and your family Kathy! :D

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    1. Of course hv to hv head and tail...especially if on certain big day , the roast pig must hv head and tail leh

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    2. Gong xi fatt chai to you and your loved ones too.

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  13. I missed this dish when i am in korea!
    cook for me , Small Kucing!

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  14. Fuiyo, I like to eat squid!!! =]

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  15. Applause to Mamarazzi! Even though simply hentam also managed to cook out a very good dish! Thumbs up!

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  16. This looks yummy. I love squid especially bbq and eat with sambal.

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  17. Those are eggs? I always clean the interior body of the sotong before cooking :P

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    1. Egg/Roe.....manyak susah wanna cari those leh

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  18. My Hubs loves squid but I don't know if he has ever had it chargrilled.

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