For 4 people
500 g of squid
30 g of cow's milk mozzarella
soy sauce to taste
For the tapioca chips with different aromas
100 g of tapioca
50 g of dried bonito tuna
500 ml di water
500 ml di extra virgin olive oil
For the tapioca chips
Place the water and dried bonito tuna in a vacuum pack for cooking. Seal and steam in the oven at 80 °C for about 1 hour. Open the bag, filter the content and leave to cool. Pour the tapioca in the bonito infusion and leave to hydrate for 2 hours. Cook in the Bain Marie, drain to eliminate the excess starch, spread on the Silpat and let it dry in the oven at 80 °C for about 2 hours.
Heat the extra virgin olive oil to 200°C and briefly fry the tapioca, broken into pieces, until it puffs.
This recipe can be varied using an infusion of curry or black maize. In the first case, put 30 g of curry in infusion in 500 ml of water; in the second, put 100 g of black maize in the same quantity of water.
For the sandwich
Thoroughly clean the squid, also removing the skin, cut it in half and place it in a vacuum pack for cooking. Cook it at 63° C for 3 hours, cool it in water and ice and cut it into sandwich-shaped triangles.
Place the scraps of cooked squid in a blender with a little soy sauce and blend into a smooth paste. Cut the mozzarella into cubes.
Now make the sandwiches: spread the squid paste onto the triangle of squid, place the cube of mozzarella in the middle and repeat the operation to make 3 layers.
Heat a sandwich maker to 200° C, place the sandwich inside and cook it for about 2 minutes. Serve it in a bowl with tapioca chips and a tuft of salad leaves.
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