Fried fish and seafood dishes are beloved around the world. Most corners of the world have one. Fried fish is served all over the Caribbean; there’s pescaíto frito in southern Spain, fish and chips in the UK, fried calamari around the Mediterranean, shrimp tempura in Japan, fried fish in Latin America… And the list goes on! Did you know that battered and fried fish made its way to the UK via Jewish refugees from Portugal and Spain? And that batter frying was brought to Japan by the Portuguese? Well, today we’re going to broaden this repertoire of battered and fried seafood with some crispy fried octopus.
1 package precooked el Rey del Pulpo octopus.
1 sweet onion.
8 small potatoes.
1 bay leaf.
Oil for frying.
For the vinaigrette:
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