This came out incredible! First, I found cleaned, frozen squid at my local supermarket. It was only $3.99 for 12 ounces. (This served 2 people). I combined flour, cayenne pepper, parsely flakes, salt and garlic. Wet the squid after slicing them. The flour mixture coats them very well. I agree with others in testing the first one to make sure it is cooked, but not overcooked. I don't think I cooked them any longer than 60-75 seconds, in small batches. My husband was bummed I didn't have any more to cook up, they were delicious! Keeping this recipe!
For Rhode Island style, cut up some pepperoncini's and mix them into the finished product. YUM!! This is a keeper!!!!
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This came out incredible! First, I found cleaned, frozen squid at my local supermarket. It was...