Calamari box

Baked delights for octopus fans!

A classic octopus dish - calamari rings! Fine octopus in a crispy batter - delicious! Every snack box comes with a choice of three delicious sauces: Delicious cocktail sauce with green peppercorns, creamy garlic sauce, or lightly spicy tartar sauce.

Nutritional information

100g portion
Calorie values ​​(kJ) 983 1644
Calorie values ​​(kcal) 235 393
Fat (g) 11,2 18,6
of which saturated fatty acids (g) 1,4 2,3
Carbohydrates (g) 26,6 44,4
of which sugar (g) 0,3 0,5
Protein (g) 7,7 12,8
Salt (g) 0,72 1,2

Allergens

Gluten-containing grain Wheat
Soy and soy products
Mollusks and mollusk products

What fish does it contain?

Calamari

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Coleoidea is a general term for cephalopods, which are not fish but invertebrate mollusks related to shell-less mussels and snails and include octopus, squid and cuttlefish. This type of seafood impresses consumers with its white, tubular meat which has a unique and delicate flavor. It can often be found in Mediterranean cuisine.

From a culinary perspective, cuttlefish, squid and octopus are the most important species of coleoidea. Cuttlefish have a clumsy body with ten arms and are great for grilling, roasting or stewing. They are the most popular filled, breaded or fried.
Squid, which are often called calamari, have a rather elongated, narrow body – with ten arms as well. Squid is characterized by its firm and lean meat. As a result, they can be eaten in sushi and are also suited for quick cooking, grilling, frying or searing.

Octopuses have only eight arms in contrast to cuttlefish and squids. The well-known common octopus is also part of the octopoda order and is the largest member of the coleoidea family. This type of coleoidea has particularly firm flesh and should therefore be soft-boiled before preparation. It can then be cooked or braised. Octopus is rarely offered grilled or fried.

Fishing area

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FAO fishing area: 41
Other fishing area: Southwest Atlantic
Fishing method: Hooks, longlines, trawls
Sustainable fisheries: -