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Fried Calamari with Lemon Mayonnaise

Fried Calamari with Lemon Mayonnaise

Fried calamari is a delicious seafood appetizer or snack made with deep fried squid that's sliced into rings. Get the full recipe at:

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Fried Calamari with Lemon Mayonnaise

Fried calamari is a delicious seafood appetizer or snack made with deep fried squid that's sliced into rings. Get the full recipe at: http://cooknshare.com/recipe/fried-calamari-with-lemon-mayonnaise/


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46 Responses to “Fried Calamari with Lemon Mayonnaise”

  1. waters says:

    thank you !

  2. mr65plexi says:

    Cala maarrri not Cala mary, lol but looks good.

  3. Eziz Egam says:

    Wait, what is that white sauce?

  4. Tess Engelhardt says:

    it’s an awesome recipe, all of the recipes he shares actually, awesome
    voice too..

  5. Jacky Mutloane says:

    mouth watering…i am trying this tonyt

  6. ACHEFBOYIBE says:

    Nice video!

  7. Slash Crit says:

    Question I’m a twelve year old using my brother’s account and I ask if you
    can cook the sides of the squid?
    Remember those fins/ I don’t know what they’re called on the sides of the
    squid which looks like a triangle? Can I cook them also? Just asking…

  8. Frances Correa says:

    Thanks for sharing the lemon mayo, looks delicious!

  9. Regina Irinco says:

    what’s the difference between tar-tar sauce and your sauce?and what is the
    best sauce for calamari?

  10. Xab Gomez says:

    thank you for this:)

  11. Vani Sri says:

    I gonna try this so soonest. .can’t hear properly via phone…mush better
    if u list the ingredients for us..haha

    • TheCooknShare says:

      +Vani Sri Hi. Yes, it might be easier on a PC. There is a link to the
      recipe in the description section. Hope this helps.

  12. Silverlupa01 says:

    thanks so much!!!

  13. Aishaaxn says:

    Thanks for the video.

  14. setteenee says:

    I’m going to try.Thank you very much.

  15. Cecilia Krnjeu says:

    Looks good to me! I must try this :)

  16. unitedstates35 says:

    i like how you say CalaMary…good rec.

  17. Aiswarya Mathew says:

    Superb
    

  18. anny rizza Alising says:

    I’m going to try this and serve later when my husband come home from work.
    Thanks for the sharing ur recipe here on YouTube. 

  19. Luis Perez says:

    I tried it and I don’t know what went wrong. Got whole fresh calamari.
    Fried it golden brown. About two minutes and it was so tough I couldn’t eat
    it. Just wondering what went wrong 

    • Famey rose says:

      Hi luis, you should cook it with less time, 40 sec for the body of the
      squid should be good and about one min and a half for the tentacles. Turned
      out great for me

    • Luis Perez says:

      +Franz Gregor Guevarra Thanks, I’m going to try it next time.

    • Franz Gregor Guevarra says:

      try milk on calamari for more than 30 minutes to make it tender.

    • Patricia Roberts says:

      +Luis Perez hey Luis, i think your oils heat was a factor, and thickness of
      your rings perhaps. sounds like your squid were u-10’s…pretty big!
      normally i would slice the bigger ones thinner and be extra sure to remove
      the membrane from inside the body first.Most Italian places keep their
      fritti fairly simple….lightly seasoned flour, hot oil…

    • Luis Perez says:

      I’m in Chicago but we have an Italian fish market and he gets fresh often.
      They were pretty big, about 6 inch. I have tried the frozen but they were
      also tough. We have a restaurant that sells them but he wont give me his
      recipe. Tender as can be. I didn’t check the temperature but they looked
      great. Golden brown. too tough to eat.

  20. Mylene Aunzo says:

    This video is really good. Well done sir .