Basque Style Steamed Clams (Almejas Guisadas)

Basque Style Steamed Clams (Almejas Guisadas)

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"This is a very simple yet without question a top restaurant quality dish. My wife is the pickiest person in the world when it comes to food but she loves this. I have made it several times and we love it. I make my own version of cheesy garlic bread to accompany this. BIG THANKS to the poster of this recipe.

THANKS to the poster"

- Yorkshrlad

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Ingredients

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4 qt Cherrystone clams
1/2 c Dry white wine
4 Garlic; minced
1/2 c Water; (or additional clam
1/4 ts Black pepper; freshly ground
1 Onion; about 1" in diameter
1 tb Parsley; minced
1 tb olive oil

Original recipe makes 6

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Preparation

Wash clams thoroughly and place in a large kettle. Add remaining ingredients. Cover and cook over medium heat for 20 minute. Serve hot in individual bowls, accomapanied by thick slices of french bread and a green salad.

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This is a very simple yet without question a top restaurant quality dish. My wife is the pickiest person in the world when it comes to food but she loves this. I have made it several times and we love it. I make my own version of cheesy garlic bread to accompany this. BIG THANKS to the poster of this recipe. THANKS to the poster
Yorkshrlad 2 years ago
Good
Kgrado 4 years ago
Good
Kgrado 4 years ago
tarponguy 8 years ago
These go well with beer, or a crisp white wine.
promfh 8 years ago
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