Pulpo - Octopus in Olive Oil (Conservas de Cambados)

Pulpo - Octopus in Olive Oil (Conservas de Cambados)
Pulpo - Octopus in Olive Oil (Conservas de Cambados)
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The Spanish believe canned seafood is a delicacy to be shared and enjoyed! They take great pride, and great care, to harvest the best seafood and package it with the utmost care. The result is the purest, most delicate, and exquisite tasting seafood on the planet! A true delicacy.

Conservas de Cambados is based in Galicia in Northeast Spain. This is the region of the Arousa Rķa, which is well-known not just for its size, but also for the richness of its marine life.

This delicate, carefully selected octopus is uniformly portioned and slow-cooked in a rich broth until tender. It is then packed by hand in high quality olive oil.

Pulperias, restaurants that specialize in octopus, are in every Spanish village. Conservas Cambados has packaged the wonderful experience of the perfect octopus so you can experience it in your own homes. Enjoy!

  • Open the can and enjoy!
  • Place on crackers or sliced baguette for a wonderful, easy appetizer.
  • Toss with freshly cooked pasta!


  • Gluten Free
  • 100% Natural
  • No additives or preservatives


Ingredients: Octopus (Octopus vulgaris), olive oil, and salt.

4 ounces (111 grams) in a metal tin


Price: $11.95 Quantity
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I already loved this delicate treat but last night served it in a new way that I'll describe here. I prepared a sicilian spinach gratin (recipe from Sephardic Flavors: Jewish Cooking of the Mediterranean by Joyce Goldstein) in individual ramekins. I drained much of the oil from the octopus and lightly charred it on a hot griddle. Then put it on top of the spinach with a little extra olive oil. With a bit of pesto-dressed mache on the side, this made a different and delicious first course!