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Cooking Guide: Spanish Octopus - PrimeFish Seafood Co.

Cooking Guide: Spanish Octopus

Fully Cooked Spanish Octopus Legs offer a unique and delightful seafood experience. Sourced from the pristine waters of the Mediterranean Sea, these octopus legs are celebrated for their exquisite taste and tender, succulent texture. The meticulous cooking process ensures they are perfectly prepared and ready to enjoy, saving time and effort in the kitchen. What sets Fully Cooked Spanish Octopus Legs apart is their versatility; they can be served as a gourmet appetizer, tossed in salads, or featured in pasta and rice dishes. Their flavor profile is a harmonious blend of brininess and sweetness, making them a favorite among seafood aficionados. Fully Cooked Spanish Octopus Legs represent the epitome of convenience and premium seafood, providing a delectable taste of the Mediterranean with every bite.

Thawing Instructions

For the best results, we highly recommend slowly thawing Spanish Octopus legs in the refrigerator. Simply place the frozen legs in their original packaging or an airtight container in the refrigerator. Allow them to thaw for up to 24 hours.

Once thawed, Spanish Octopus under refrigeration (40°F) should be consumed within 2-3 days.


Preheat your stovetop or outdoor grill to medium heat, around 400°F. Drizzle the legs with a bit of oil and season them generously with salt and pepper. Place the legs directly on the grill grates and cook for approximately 3-4 minutes on each side or until they develop a satisfying char. Grilling imparts a delightful smokiness and enhances their natural sweetness.

Pan Seared

Season the legs with a pinch of salt and pepper. Heat a skillet over medium-high heat and add about 2 teaspoons of oil. Once the skillet is hot, carefully place the legs in the pan. Sear each side for approximately 2-3 minutes or until you achieve a visible char. This method adds a pleasant crispness to the tentacles while maintaining their tenderness.

Ready-to-Eat: (No Cooking Required)

After thawing, you can simply chop or slice them as desired. They are perfect for immediate consumption and can be added to salads, pasta dishes, or served with your preferred dipping sauce. These tentacles offer a delectable seafood experience without the need for further cooking, making them a convenient choice for any meal.

Nutrition Facts Servings: 3, Serv. size: 100g. Amount per serving: Calories 90, Total Fat 1g (1% DV), Sat. Fat 0g (0% DV), Trans Fat 0g, Cholest. 35mg (12% DV), Sodium 245mg (11% DV), Total Carb. 0g (0% DV), Fiber 0g (0% DV), Total Sugars 0g, Protein 20g, Vit. D 0mcg (0% DV), Calcium 100mg (8% DV), Iron 0mg (0% DV), Potas. 142mg (3% DV).

Octopus is a low-calorie and low-fat source of high-quality protein, essential for muscle maintenance and overall body function. Octopus is also rich in essential nutrients, including vitamin B12, zinc, and iron, which support immune function and energy production. Moreover, it provides omega-3 fatty acids, known for their potential cardiovascular benefits.

Please review our Seafood Safety Guidelines 

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