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Fancy tinned seafood - ideas?

becwells | Dec 1, 202009:06 AM     10

On a whim I purchased 2 tins of La Brujula Conservas squid in oil (Chipirones), 1 tin of La Brujula Conservas razorshell clams, and 2 tins of Matiz octopus in oil.

I've never cooked with these before and want to do them justice! The octopus I am ok with eating by itself, probably with a quick, high-heat broil to caramelize some of the edges. The clams and the chipirones I am less confident about, and don't think I want to try them on their own. I'm thinking a pasta with a quick white wine/butter/ garlic sauce? Or a risotto? Can I slice the chipirones and clams before adding them? Would love your great ideas!

Photo of the random assortment of goodies I bought from MyPanier at the same time as the tinned seafood. Love that online store!

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