How is dried squid made?
Dried squids can be enjoyed in many ways; eating it as is, pairing it with nuts served with an alcoholic beverage, dipping it in your favorite sauce, and cooking it as a side dish or main meal.
You can buy dried squid or, alternatively, you can make your own dried squid using several drying methods. Like meat and other seafood, squids are dried to lengthen their shelf life.
Dried squid is commonly sold as a snack. However, you can use it as an ingredient in your favorite dishes. To use dried squid, you must first rehydrate the flesh by soaking it in a bowl of water until it is softened. Harder and more brittle squid has generally been left to soak for a longer time. The semi-dried ones are softer, having a leather-like consistency, and these still retain much of their initial natural flavors.
Salt≥ 3,9 %
Lipit: ≥ 1,3 %
Size : 5-7 cm ,7-10 cm ,10-15 cm ,15-25cm
* 291 calo
* 32,6 g water
* 4,5g Fat
* 2,5 g Glucoze
Color : Pink white
Origin : Viet Nam
Moisture : 18 % max or customer’s request
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