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Arrow Squid

Nototodarus sloanii, Nototodarus gouldi
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Calamar Flecha

Arrow Squid are a fast-growing species with a short life cycle, found along the north-west and the south-east of New Zealand's South Island. They inhabit water around 300 to 500 metres deep, living close to the seabed at daytime but nearing the surface at night. Arrow squid are also known as Calamari, and have firm and dense but tender flesh which turns white when cooked, with a delicate, mild flavour.

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Barbequeing

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Frying

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Baking

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Sushi

Nutritional Information per 100g

Energy

338kj

Carbohidrates

0.2g

Protein

16.6g

Sugars

0.0g

Total Fats

1.6g

Sodium

249mg

Seasonality

Not Caught

Caught

Peak Season

-
Jan-Dec
Jun-Nov

Characteristics

Weight

Length

Shelf Life

0.1 - 1.3
20 - 35cm
24 months

Arrow Squid comes: Whole, Tentacles, Tubes

Grilled Squid

Battered and fried Squid with dip

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