- All natural
- Large portion - Enough for about 10 recipes
- Shelf stable - Refrigerate after opening
- Ink from cuttlefish (sepia), the finest source
- Size - 17.6 fluid oz/500 g
Arroz Negro is a black rice dish made in the manner of a paella. Tinta de calamar is the essential ingredient, imparting a rich flavor and dark color to the rice.
Generally used in sauces and pasta as a coloring agent, squid ink can be used to make homemade squid ink pasta or to prepare 'chipirones en su tinta', a classic Spanish dish containing squid cooked in its own ink.
Our squid ink comes from cuttlefish, or sepia in Spanish, which has a smooth, rich flavor and is known for its superior quality. It is superior to the ink of other cephalopods which can be too fishy.
This 17.6 oz jar contains a large amount of squid ink, suitable for cooking large quantities of arroz negro or for use in restaurants. It is shelf stable until opened, and then should be used within a week or two.
Cuttlefish ink, water and salt.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 11 reviews Write a review
Zenaida Villafania - MOUNTAIN LAKES, NJ
"The best brand that I've tried, always tastes great."
Martha Romero - New York, NY
KATHERINE KNAPP - NORTHAMPTON, MA
"GREAT. Just what my Sicilian mother-in-law used in making her "ink sauce" "
Frank PORTO - BELTSVILLE, MD
"Same product used at high end spanish restaurant, result was as good as the restaurant's - high quality product"
joseph heckel - denver, Colorado
"i like try this ink "
"I made the black rice with the squid ink using your recipe. I served it with grilled shrimp.My family liked it very much."
"Excellent service, packaging, and delivery time. Product is of the highest quality I've found thus far."
"Excellent quality - used to slow down cancer tumors. I eat it straight."
"An amazing cancer fighter squid ink is a must have. Not only that, but it adds amazing flavor to food. "