Easier to cook than you might think, octopus is a tasty sustainable seafood option. Many octopus recipes call for simple flavours and preparation, which is all the better to enjoy octopus to the fullest.

    8 recipes



    Dish type

    Total time


    12 reviews

    Octopus is an incomparable treat. I love it on the barbecue, in a salad or in tomato sauce. For many, cooking octopus may seem daunting - but I assure you, it couldn't be easier. Serve this dish with chips or with rice.

    Recipe by: Diana

    8 reviews

    Enjoy this traditional recipe from Malta which makes a very flavourful sauce for octopus with potatoes, tomatoes, red wine and a hint of citrus that can be served over spaghetti, or just on its own.

    Recipe by: 112

    1 review

    For a quick seafood soup, this recipe with six kinds of seafood, leeks, onion, tomatoes and wine is perfect. This soup makes a light but satisfying main course. Serve over rice or with crusty bread.

    Recipe by: Camilla

    1 review

    This is a simple but gorgeous Spanish dish. The dish is traditionally served on a wooden platter, but you can use any serving dish you like!

    Recipe by: Luis Luna

    1 review

    A fantastic way to prepare octopus. It's simmered in a well-seasoned tomato and red wine sauce. Serve over fresh pasta and crusty fresh bread, if desired.

    Recipe by: lolli_d

    7 reviews

    Ceviche is an impressive and easy starter, perfect for seafood lovers. Use your favourite combination of seafood here - octopus, squid, prawns and scallops all work well. Serve with tortilla chips on the side for easy eating.

    Recipe by: Kasey

    No reviews

    This light and refreshing salad tastes of the sea. Octopus and prawns are tossed with lots of veg and a light vinaigrette.

    Recipe by: Luis Luna

    No reviews

    This French recipe for octopus salad is fresh, tasty and perfect for summer. Season with garlic and lemon to your liking. Be sure to get fresh octopus from a proper fishmonger and have him take out the beak and ink (unless you want to use the ink for cooking)!

    Recipe by: Florence

    1 / 1

    You might also like...

    Squid   (58)