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ThEoRy

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Cutting up squid to form penne like shapes when seared in a ripping hot pan.

[video=youtube;7-oQHLqAeO8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-oQHLqAeO8[/video]
 

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ThEoRy I have been watching your videos for over a hour, some mutable times. and im in awe of your skills. Amazed by your precision.
Thank you for posting these. There Great!

Continued success.
Randy
 

ThEoRy

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Wow, that's crazy. Thank you so much!
 

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I wanted to see the squid hit the pan!
 

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So you are making tiny slits, right? not cutting all the way through? Just julienne sized slits? Hit it with a hot pan with a tiny bit of oil or more?
 

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Yeah dont go all the way through. For it to work well its more of a really fine julienne. Really hot pan with oil, season the squid with salt and pepper and sometimes ill use herbs like rosemary or thyme. They only take about a minute.
 

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They may get a little golden brown but mostly just stay white.
 

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Yeah it's tough to pan fry calamari and get any decent color on them without over cooking the crap out of them.
 

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That's why I say you just saute them for a max. 60 seconds. No one likes chewing rubber.
 
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