The squid ink sauce is ready to delight you.
Ideal with spaghetti, just a stir-fry, cooking water and in a short time you can savor the unmistakable taste of sea cuttlefish.
Ingredients of our Cuttlefish Ink Sauce
Cuttlefish (Sepia Officinalis), onion, tomato extract, extra virgin olive oil, wild fennel, salt.
Recipe to prepare spaghetti with cuttlefish ink
- 250 grams Pasta
- 270 grams of Nero di Seppia Conserve Al Taudì
- According to taste, further addition of, chilli pepper, bottarga, extra virgin olive oil, salt.
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Did you know that:
Cuttlefish ink It is a cephalopod mollusc belonging to the Sepiids. They have an elongated body with around 10 tentacles, which tend to live in saltwater seas and oceans.
Their period is from June to December although we must say that it is also possible to find them practically all year round on the market.
Sepia nutritional properties
As in most molluscs and crustaceans, cuttlefish is a food that stands out for its high content of good quality proteins, providing most of the essential amino acids.
They are also low in fat and therefore low in calories. In fact, 100 grams of cuttlefish provide only 0.90 grams of fat and only 75.30 kilocalories. Of course, they have a high cholesterol content, so their consumption is not recommended in people with high cholesterol and triglycerides.
As for its vitamin content, it contributes mainly to vitamin A and B complex vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B6, B9 and B12), in addition to vitamin E.