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 about Meat, Poultry & Seafood