Arrow squid Nototodarus sloanii

Very fast growing, arrow squid have a short life cycle and are abundant in the sub-Antarctic waters, 300 to 500 metres deep. They live near the seabed during the day and come up near the surface at night.

Squid have a dense flesh that turns white when cooked. Beautiful baked, barbequed, fried or as sushi/raw.

Nutritional Information
PER 100G
Energy kJ/100g 393
Protein (g) 19.2
Total Fat (g) 1.7
Saturated Fat (g) 0.42
Carbohydrate (g) 0.2
Sugars (g) 0.2
Sodium mg/100g 296
  • WHERE WE CATCH

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Also known as

NZ: Shortfinned Squid, Calamari, Squid
CH: Kalmar, Calmar (Encornet), Calamaro
CIS: Kalimar
ES: Pota Neozelandesa
FR:
Encornet Minami
IT Totano Neozelandese
JP: Nyuujirandosurumeika, Nyuujirandasurume
KR: O Jing Eo

Nutritional Information
PER 100G
Energy kJ/100g 393
Protein (g) 19.2
Total Fat (g) 1.7
Saturated Fat (g) 0.42
Carbohydrate (g) 0.2
Sugars (g) 0.2
Sodium mg/100g 296

recipe

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