Sweet and Spicy Squid Recipe

For sure you already saw our other pusit or squid recipes from the past. From the most common but famous adobong pusit to the most recent one which is the very delicious inihaw na pusit!

In here, I will share with you another variation to cook one of the favorite Pinoy seafoods. This sweet and spicy version is shared to us by Ms. Sanna Velasco of WomanScribbles.Net, who was recently featured on TV at a Winnipeg TV network.

Sweet and Spicy Squid Recipe

Without further ado, here’s the recipe.

Sweet and Spicy Squid – serves 4 to 6 persons.

Sweet and Spicy Squid Ingredients:

* 1.5 lbs squid ( I used frozen), thawed , backbone removed
* 3 cloves garlic,minced
* 1 piece chili, ( siling labuyo) minced ( you can add more if you prefer more spicy)
* 3 tbsp soy sauce
* 2 tbsp brown sugar
* 3 tbsp tomato ketchup
* 3 tbsp cooking oil

How To Cook Sweet And Spicy Squid:

1). Drain squid in a colander for about 15 -20 minutes. Slice each squid into 3 to 4 pieces  to produce squid rings.

2). Heat oil in cooking pan or wok then add in the garlic and pepper. Saute  for about two minutes  while constantly tossing to prevent the garlic from being burnt.

3).Add in the sugar and the soy sauce and stir mixture for 2 minutes.

4). Add in squid and let cook for about 15-20 minutes, until the squid is tender. Stir occasionally. At this stage, squid will produce more water.

5).Once the squid is tender, add in ketchup and stir until the ketchup is evenly distributed. Turn off heat. Best serve while it’s hot!

Sweet And Spicy Pusit

For a kid friendly version of this recipe, you can omit the chili peppers completely. Kids will love it!

Recipe And Image Credits: Ms. Sanna Velasco – WomanScribbles.Net

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2 thoughts on “Sweet and Spicy Squid Recipe

  1. Allan D

    It been a long time since the last time I ate pusit. Thanks for sharing this recipe and hope I can do the same soon. (comment for ourfamilyblogsabout.info)

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