Pink salt & pepper squid with sweet soy sauce recipe

Updated: 23 Mar 2013
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Ingredients 1 kiwifruit

200ml milk
2 tbs self-raising flour
2 tbs rice flour
1 tbs pink salt
1 tbs Szechuan pepper
2 tsp ginger powder
2 tsp garlic powder
2 tsp onion powder
Peanut oil, for frying
500g cleaned baby squid, scored

 

Dipping sauce

 
100ml sweet soy, warmed
2 tsp sesame oil
5g finely sliced ginger

 

Method

 

Step 1

Peel kiwifruit and mash. Add milk and pour over squid in a glass bowl. Refrigerate for a few hours or if possible, overnight.

Step 2
Combine flours, salt, pepper and flavourings. Pour enough peanut oil into a heavy base pan to one-third full. Heat over medium-high heat. Strain squid well and toss in flour mixture.

Step 3
Cook squid in the hot oil in batches until golden. Drain on paper towel. Combine warm soy, sesame oil and ginger and serve as dipping sauce. Toss mint and chopped chillies through squid, if liked.

 

SOURCE: www.taste.com.au

 

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Drake Luis Commented on 06 Apr 2016
Almost all the sea food lovers know for a fact that squid along with salt and pepper would go along really well. And when prepared in the authentic asian way it would taste even much better too. Great choice for a starter. snoring aids