Squids contain a high number of micronutrients such as vitamin E B-12 and B-6, important for a healthy nervous system, heart and blood vessels as well as cellular energy production. Also, this sea mollusc provides our bodies with potassium, iron, phosphorus, and calcium, beneficial to the bone health, red blood cell production and active metabolism, making it a great addition for a balanced diet.
Baby Squids are featured in many cuisines from around the world. They can be char-grilled or sautéed and need no more than a few minutes of cooking. Baby Squids taste best when marinated in advance with chilli and lime. Perfectly paired with fresh salad, served with a chilled dry Riesling or a Macon white wine.