STIR FRIED SQUID WITH SPRING ONIONS

This yummy squid dish has an ASIAN  flavor because of the spring onions and ginger. It took me exactly 3 minutes to stir fry!! The cleaning process does take time but if you use frozen pre-cleaned squid then its ok…It tastes soo deliciously tender and you can just pick on them with a fork…light, low calorie. If you want it spicy you can add some chilli flakes or crushed red chilli paste..DO NOT ADD SALT as the squid is already salty with the seasalt content…i did not find the need to add any
INGREDIENTS:
250 grams of squid, cleaned and cut into bite size pieces ( i use a kitchen scissors for this)
1 tablespoon of finely chopped ginger
red chilli flakes or paste if you want it spicy…i did not have
a little chopped spring onion
1 tablespoon of sesame oil
2 tablespoons of oil for stir frying
METHOD:
heat a wok and then add the oil and then the ginger pieces and stir it for a few seconds and then add the squid. Stir fry it on high heat till it turns opaque and add the chillies, the spring onions and the sesame oil. Its important not to over cook the squid or else it gets hard and rubbery. I did not need to add salt… it was salted …. Serve hot… it tastes nice on its own as a starter

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