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Old 07-08-2010, 12:56 PM   #1
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I'm wanting to try some new things on the grill this summer & one of those things is stuffed squid. Anybody here ever grill and/or stuff squid? I'm thinking chopped tentacles, crimini & morel mushrooms, shrimp, spinach or mustard greens, shallots, and of course a few herbs/spices. I'm thinking this stuffing might need a sort of "binding agent" like rice or bread crumbs & was wondering what you folkes thought of the idea. So, any squid stuffers/grillers have any ideas? Let's hear 'em. Regards, GF.

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Old 07-08-2010, 02:01 PM   #2
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i don't know how much this applies to stuffing a squid, but i did this a few years ago to accompany a cajun turkey-take the pre-breaded popcorn shrimp, mix it up with some diced peppers, onions and garlic.
it turned out pretty good. considering i normally hate stuffing and shrimp.

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Alton Brown's recipe for stuffed squid might be a good place to start.
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I'd do something with pancetta, lemon and garlic. But that's just me.

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Stuff em on a fish hook & catch something really worth eating like a grouper?

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My wife likes to stuff her squid with meat.



With that being said the Filipino way is to stuff with ground beef, potatoes and various seasonings. Nothing too fancy...

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My wife likes to stuff her squid with meat.



With that being said the Filipino way is to stuff with ground beef, potatoes and various seasonings. Nothing too fancy...
LOL I just about spit coffee all over my keyboard!
Good idea on those potatoes, I hadn't thought of that. Taters would go well with the mushrooms. Thanx! Regards, GF.
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One of my old employers was from Cuba and she would stuff squid with the chopped tentacles and shrimp and rice with garlic, celery, and other herbs which I still don't know the name of, but make sure not to stuff the too full as they will swell and split when cooked and she then would put a mopping sauce of tomato and chilies on it while it cooked.
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Ended up going with a wild rice/jasmine rice mix with the chopped tentacles, morel & crimini mushrooms, chopped shrimp, chopped black kale, chopped green onions, with herbs & spices. I tried to use a bit of dark sesame oil to help bind everything together, but it didn't seem to do much in the binding dept. It did add a very nice flavour though & I've decided that squid & dark sesame go together very well. Thanks for all the input! Regards, GF.

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