How do you make good calamari

calamari	Calamari dishes are the hot favorites at Singapore bars and restaurants. You will love the dish to the core even if you are not an ardent fan of seafood. The dish is brittle, tangy, and succulent after the first bite. There are certain restaurants and bars in the country that is famous for seafood varieties. If you visit one of these places during your trip to Singapore, you will be able to order a wide variety of calamari dishes. With the change in ingredients, the taste of the dish will also vary. When you visit the Indian and Mexican restaurants, you will be able to order the spicy calamari dishes. At the Chinese, Malay, Thai, and Japanese restaurants you will be able to enjoy the most luscious calamari delicacies. The appetizer dishes are the best and should be tried out at least once during your trip to the country.

To make the best calamari delicacy you need 3 cups of oil, 1/4cup flour, 12 squids, and 1tsp dried oregano, 1/2tsp pepper powder, and salt to taste. You need to clean the squids and cut into small rings. You should heat oil in a pan. Take a bowl and mix the flour, oregano, pepper, and salt. Add the squid to this and allow coats to be formed. Fry the squid in oil until it turns light brown. Make sure all the sides are cooked equally but do not place the squid in the oil for long. Serve the dish hot. You can garnish it with lemon wedges and cucumber slices. Onion rings can also be used. It would make a delectable appetizer. You can enjoy it along with potato wedges and other crunchy appetizers. The dish will also be a great side dish when you enjoy your drink at the whisky bars in Singapore. The crispiness of the dish makes it a stunning dish to enjoy along with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages at the best bars in Singapore. You will definitely love the experience even after leaving the country. The hawker stalls that are open during the night hours are also a great place to try out the tastiest calamari delicacies.

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