- Eusko Label
Black ink 90g
This delicious ink will give a singular black color to your pasta and rice. A must for squid and squid dishes.
Sepia ink is the pigment that expels cephalopods as a measure of protection against other predatory animals.
It is used in the gastronomic universe very frequently, especially in Mediterranean cuisine.
- Black rice
- Squids in their ink
The recipe for black rice with baby squid is one of the simplest to use this delicious sauce. The first step is to clean the squids and chop them into thin pieces. They are fried in a casserole where rice and water will be poured. Also the ink of sepia and salt is poured.
Cook for about 20 minutes and then let it rest, covering it with a clean cloth. You can accompany the whole with red peppers sautéed in frying pan.
- Storage & Care
- Keep in a cool and dry place
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