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My first recipe is a clean and basic, super simple way of cooking squid. This next one is a modified version for those craving for spicy food.

We will need:

The freshest lukos if possible

Asin (Salt)

Paminta (Pepper)

Mantika (Oil)

Ahos (Garlic)

2 Sibuyas (Red Onions)

Soy sauce

Sibuyas dahon (chives) , cut in two inch lengths

1 katumbal laba ( red pepper), sliced diagonally

 

How to:

  1. Clean the lukos. Marinate in crushed garlic, and a tablespoon or so of soy sauce.

  2. Heat oil (about 2-3 tablespoons) in the frying pan.

  3. Saute the garlic (the ones you used for the marinade) and onions.

  4. Add the squid. Stir and cover. (Don’t forget: high heat)

  5. After a minute, open the pan and keep on stirring till the juices start to dry up.

  6. Add black pepper ( I put in three huge pinchfuls) and the slivered red pepper and the chives.

  7. As the lukos dish will tend to get  dry, I stir in a little extra coconut oil to make it glisten and palatable

 Your hot and spicy stir-fried squid is ready to serve!

 

2 Responses to “Inday Hami’s hot and spicy stir-fried squid”

  1. eric Says:

    love this blog! i love spicy food… manamit gid.. will definitely try this recipe!

  2. Inday Hami Says:

    Eric, Tnx for your responses. Oo nga, nagkakahiyaan tayo when it comes to the last item on the plate. I’ll post soon (hope soon is within the week) the traditional Ilonggo way of cooking squid in all its inky glory– adobo nga lukos.

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lukos-007.jpg

My first recipe is a clean and basic, super simple way of cooking squid. This next one is a modified version for those craving for spicy food.

We will need:

The freshest lukos if possible

Asin (Salt)

Paminta (Pepper)

Mantika (Oil)

Ahos (Garlic)

2 Sibuyas (Red Onions)

Soy sauce

Sibuyas dahon (chives) , cut in two inch lengths

1 katumbal laba ( red pepper), sliced diagonally

 

How to:

  1. Clean the lukos. Marinate in crushed garlic, and a tablespoon or so of soy sauce.

  2. Heat oil (about 2-3 tablespoons) in the frying pan.

  3. Saute the garlic (the ones you used for the marinade) and onions.

  4. Add the squid. Stir and cover. (Don’t forget: high heat)

  5. After a minute, open the pan and keep on stirring till the juices start to dry up.

  6. Add black pepper ( I put in three huge pinchfuls) and the slivered red pepper and the chives.

  7. As the lukos dish will tend to get  dry, I stir in a little extra coconut oil to make it glisten and palatable

 Your hot and spicy stir-fried squid is ready to serve!

 

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