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This 4-Ingredient Recipe For Crispy Fried Sotong Is Too Tempting To Resist Trying At Home

Sotong Is Best Served Fried

Hello, foodies! We hope everyone is doing well, both mentally and emotionally. If you’re feeling rather mellow and unmotivated, we’re here to sprinkle some joy! And we know there’s nothing that brings you more joy than savouring all your favourite food right at home. Today, we’re showing you the easiest way to make your all-time favourite fried sotong (squid) at home.

Here’s A Super Easy Recipe To Make Your Favourite Fried Sotong Dish

Always wondered how restaurants outside got to serve one of the best fried sotong you’ve eaten? But when you try to recreate it at home, it just doesn’t taste the same? Well, we’ve uncovered a recipe for crispy golden brown fried sotong that just too good to pass on. The best of all – you only need 4 ingredients for the flour before deep frying it. Read on to find out the whole recipe!

Photo: @ Zarina Nasirudin Kamal (Facebook)

Ingredients for deep frying: 1 cup tapioca starch, 1 cup corn starch, 2 Tbsp Bestari crispy fried chicken coating mix, 1 Tbsp black pepper, 1 egg

Photo: @ Zarina Nasirudin Kamal (Facebook)

Step 1: Cut up your sotong into bite size pieces. Mix all dry ingredients in a big bowl.

Step 2: In a separate bowl, beat the egg. Place sotong into the egg mixture.

Step 3: Then, dredge the sotong in flour. On the side, prepare wok filled with oil.

Step 4: Ensure oil is hot before placing in the sotong. Deep-fry sotong till golden brown.

A Recipe For Crispy Fried Sotong You’d Want To Try For Your Next Meal

There you have it! Honestly, one of the easiest recipe for fried sotong you can find out there. You can top it off with a side of Chili sauce or mayonnaise – whichever floats your boat. A dish that goes well with or without rice, you’ll be addicted to these after a single bite! Let us know how it turns out for you. Good luck!

Recipe credit to Nurul Faidha & Zarina Nasirudin Kamal (Facebook)

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