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Cooking SE Asian frozen "seafood mix"

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I've had fun with frozen "seafood mix" from Thailand and Vietnam. I'm talking about squid, little octopus legs, oysters, medium shrimp and sometimes other stuff.

It's not fancy at all, but I have fun with it. One thing I like to do is simmer it in a canned green curry sauce from Thailand (Aroy-D brand). I have it with rice or noodles.

Have any of you tried similar frozen "seafood mix"? If so, what do you do with it?
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Yeah that's all it's good for really, a seafood curry of some kind.
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Have tried it - usually in a sauce over pasta or noodles or rice. It's ok. Can't always identify what's in there - it's called a seafood marinara mix here. Looks like octopus legs, mussels, mini scallops/cockles/clams, really tiny shrimp, other unidentified stuff :) Only used it a few times - rest of the crew here don't like it (sigggh). They are boring at times - my experimental side is busting to get out but....ah well. Some day. They are gradually improving. By the time I'm 70 they may eat scallops

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