Octopus Tentacles




ORIGIN: Spain The taste of cooked octopus of the taste of squid or calamari. Octopus is usually more tender than calamari. Some people say cooked octopus tastes like chicken, and others compare it to pork.   A well-cooked octopus has a very distinctive texture and smell. However, its flavor is mostly influenced by the ingredients used along with it and the cooking method. You can eat raw octopus to experience a slightly sweet flavor. Although Spaniards love to feast on octopus, they find it too tacky to prepare it.   Three ounces (about 85g) of cooked octopus has 139 calories, 25.4g of protein, 1.8g of fat, 3.7g of carbohydrates, and no fiber or sugar. Octopus is an excellent source of vitamin B12 and selenium, and a good source of iron, copper, and vitamin B6.