This dish is called octapodi kokkinisto in Greek. For many, cooking octopus may seem daunting - but I assure you, it couldn't be easier. Never add water; you want the octopus to cook in its own juices for best flavour.
Thanks Diana for a great, easy to make recipe. We used frozen octopus we'd had for some time, 2 large regular onions as that was what we had in the house and I just added some chopped greek olives. It was 'out of the park' delicious We served it with whole wheat pasta, green salad & crusty panini rolls. So easy, so delicious. Left overs the next day were just as scruptious! - 16 Jan 2012 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I can't wait to try this, it sounds like something I had at a party years ago. Thank you so much! - 09 Aug 2011 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
Pretty good. but a bit salty. Goes nicely with rice.I would make it again. - 19 May 2012 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)