Stewed squid with prawn cream and pilaw style rice
No. 4 frozen squid 1.75 kg
Garlic, bulb 0.5 ud
Tomato 0.1 kg
Prawns 0.1 kg
Brandy 0.013 l
Creamed corn 0.01 kg
For this recipe, the following elaborations are needed:
- Prepare a fumet, for the squid sauce the Pilaw rice.
- For the garnishing: the pilaw rice.
- Clean the squid.
To stew the squid:
- Chop the sliced garlic, the onion into julienne, the carrot into half-moons and the tomato into quarters.
- Place all the vegetables with a little oil in a pan and add the squid on top, season and cover.
- Cook over low heat until they are soft. If they are short of liquid add some fumet.
- Once cooked, separate the squid from the juices and the vegetables.
For the squid sauce:
- Sauté and flambé the prawns with their shell on, add them to the pan with the vegetables and the juices of the squid.
- Cover with the fumet, bring to the boil and bind with corn starch dissolved in a little cold fumet. Blend and strain, add salt.
- Add the sauce to the squid and allow to simmer to unify the flavors, adjust the salt and thickness if necessary.
- Serve with pilaw rice.
Nutritional information (1 portion)
Fiber 6.33 g
Saturates 0.78 g
Monounsaturated fatty acids 1.91 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids 0.78 g
Cholesterol 605.06 mg
Calcium 225.47 mg
Iron 4.61 mg
Zinc 0.92 mg
Vitamin A 301.47 ug
Vitamin C 50.85 g
Folic acid 156.04 ug
Salt (Sodium) 382.87 mg
Sugars 13.91 g
The data is merely a guide and should not be used for medical purposes. Those responsible for the web disclaims any responsibility.
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