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Octopus in the oven with honey and balsamic vinegar

Octopus in the oven with honey and balsamic vinegar easy seafood recipe

octopus with honey

1 medium octopus

1 head garlic gross

4 tablespoons honey

6 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

4 tablespoons olive oil

3 bay leaves

Black pepper granules

Parchment paper


Clean and wash the octopus. You put it in a nonstick pan with a bay leaf and pepper. Cover and leave over low heat to simmer in the juices.

Cut three large sheets of greaseproof paper and place on top of one another to create a large three-leaf. Cut octopus into small pieces and place in center of baking sheet. Scatter also a few cloves of garlic peeled (we only want the flavor), the peppercorns, honey, bay leaves, balsamic vinegar, olive oil and a bit of zoumaki that has stayed in the pot to boil the octopus. Salt and close the three-sheet forming a pouch which closes tightly with kitchen twine.

Place the pouch into a pan and bake in oven at low temperature (150 degrees) for about 2 hours.
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