Calamari is made from squid. The term "calamari" comes from the Italian word for squid and is most often used when referring to cooked squid.Know More
The most frequent use of squid in United States culinary circles is to clean the mantle and cut it into rings. The rings are dusted with a light batter, then deep fried for a couple of minutes.
In other countries, squid has the beak and gladius removed and deep-fried or grilled whole. Some recipes also call for the use of the ink, which is found in a sac inside the squid. Squid is sometimes served with noodles, in a marinara sauce.Learn more in Meat, Poultry & Seafood
Pastrami is made with beef brisket. Beef brisket comes from the lower part of a cow's chest. The brisket is below the chuck and above the shank.Full Answer >
Potted meat is made from chopped, cooked meats, water, salt, flavorings and preservatives. The exact ingredients vary between brands of potted meat. The top ingredients in most commercial potted meats are mechanically separated chicken and beef organ meat, such as tripe and heart.Full Answer >
Souse meat is made of cow's face or heel, chicken feet or pig's face, shoulder, feet or knuckle. Souse cooks prepare it by cooking the meat and then soaking the cooked meat in a solution that contains vinegar, salt, parsley, cucumbers, minced hot peppers, fresh lemon juice or lime juice and an herb such as parsley.Full Answer >
While sausage can be made from almost any kind of meat, it is most commonly made from pig meat. Beef sausage is also common, as are sausages made of a blend of pork and beef. For consumers who avoid red meat, poultry sausages are increasingly common.Full Answer >