Lemon squid is a fish-based second course that is simple and quick to prepare. A light and delicate seafood dish. It is easy to make: you’ll need to pay particular attention when cleaning the squid, a fundamental step in making sure this recipe is a success. It is also important not to underestimate cooking.
Lemon squid briefly for a few seconds or braise it long enough for it to toughen and then become tender again. A popular method for quick cooking is to cut the bodies into rounds, coat them in bread, and deep-fry. Stir-frying and sautéing also work well. The bodies may also be left whole, stuffed, and braised in the oven.
Lemon squid is generally considered a safe food in moderation. The main health risks of squid and shellfish come from their mercury levels and allergies. As with any shellfish, squid carries a risk of allergic reaction. A substance called tropomyosin is the likely culprit.
Grilled squid is best enjoyed freshly made.
Use a cast iron grill or an electric plate for cooking.
Instead of parsley, you can also use chives, fresh oregano, or aromatic herbs.