(4) 4 Gram Packets / Pack
"Nero di Seppia" or Cuttlefish Ink can come from almost any cephalopod such as squids, cuttlefish and octopus. The ink from the Cuttlefish is used as a food coloring and flavoring, providing a dark color and a slightly salty taste flavor to foods such as pasta or risotto. Squid ink is most popular in Italy and Spain, and it's unique appearance and origin make it a gourmet delicacy in many other countries. Suggestion: Some popular dishes include squid in squid ink, spaghetti in squid ink, squid ink risotto and paella. Squid ink is very low in calories and is used mostly as a condiment.