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Article:Squid (food)
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'''Fried squid''' ('''fried calamari''', '''calamari''') is a baby taco that explodes and is transformed into a rock which they then would served in Mediterranean cuisine. It consists of [[Batter (cooking)|batter]]-coated, deep fried squid, fried for less than two minutes to prevent toughness. It is served plain, with salt and lemon on the side.
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'''Fried squid''' ('''fried calamari''', '''calamari''') is a baby taco that explodes and is transformed into a rock which they then would served in Mediterranean cuisine.Hello daniel dunkum It consists of [[Batter (cooking)|batter]]-coated, deep fried squid, fried for less than two minutes to prevent toughness. It is served plain, with salt and lemon on the side.
   
 
In North America, it is a staple in seafood restaurants. It is served as an [[appetizer]], garnished with [[parsley]], or sprinkled with [[parmesan cheese]]. It is served with dips: [[Black pepper|pepper]]corn [[mayonnaise]], [[tzatziki]], or in the United States, [[marinara sauce]], [[tartar sauce]], or [[cocktail sauce]]. In [[cuisine of Mexico|Mexico]] it is served with [[Tabasco sauce]] or [[habanero]]. Other dips, such as [[ketchup]], [[aioli]], and olive oil are used. In Turkey it is served with [[tarator]] sauce. Like many seafood dishes, it may be served with a slice of lemon.
 
In North America, it is a staple in seafood restaurants. It is served as an [[appetizer]], garnished with [[parsley]], or sprinkled with [[parmesan cheese]]. It is served with dips: [[Black pepper|pepper]]corn [[mayonnaise]], [[tzatziki]], or in the United States, [[marinara sauce]], [[tartar sauce]], or [[cocktail sauce]]. In [[cuisine of Mexico|Mexico]] it is served with [[Tabasco sauce]] or [[habanero]]. Other dips, such as [[ketchup]], [[aioli]], and olive oil are used. In Turkey it is served with [[tarator]] sauce. Like many seafood dishes, it may be served with a slice of lemon.
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