The slightly sweet flavor of Giant Pacific Alaskan Octopus is influenced by the cooking flavors and methods used. Often served with other seafood in stews, paella and pasta dishes, it's also delicious on its own roasted or grilled.
Octopus has a light taste that some compare to chicken or even pork. Octopus is best prepared by simmering it for 2-3 hours to get a it tender and buttery soft. You can then sear, broil or grill it to add a smoky dimension; it’s delicious on its own or in risottos and pastas. Octopus can also be served cold in seafood salads and ceviche. It is a low-calorie protein, low in fat, high in iron and full of vitamins and minerals
~4 lbs each. Origin: Dutch Harbor, Alaska