Clam Linguine With Tomato Sauce

Recipes using shellfish are quite quick to cook, it's almost nature's fast food. Shellfish also has plenty of Vitamin B which is quite difficult to get elsewhere, so eat more shellfish!

Recipe By: yhiranuma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/34)
Serves 2

Ingredients

Clams 20-30
Tomato sauce 250ml
White wine 150ml
Salt & pepper as required
Butter 1 tbsp
Linguine 200g
Flat parsley (finely chopped) 1-2 tbsp

Method

1
Here are the ingredients. Put all the clams into a bowl with plenty of water. Add salt and stir gently. Put the bowl in the fridge - this is how you remove all the sand.
2
In a pan, boil the tomato sauce. Start cooking the linguine at the same time.
3
Add the cleaned clams into the tomato sauce.
4
Add the white wine.
5
Put the lid on and boil at a high heat. Shake the pan now and then and wait for the clam shells to open, it takes about 2-3 minutes.
6
Remove the opened clams from the pan to stop the clam meat becoming too hard.
7
The tomato sauce will have increased in volume now due to the added clam liquid, so keep cooking until it is reduced and sticky (about 3-5 minutes).
8
Add butter to the sticky sauce and season to taste. You can add 1 tsp of tuna egg powder for a better taste.
9
Stir the cooked linguine into the tomato sauce and mix well and put onto a serving dish. Return the clams on top and garnish with the chopped parsley.

Tips & Note

Make the sauce whilst the linguine is cooking. This time, I added the tuna egg powder, but you could use anchovies. The clams themselves are very delicious, so without anything else is also fine.

Clam Linguine With Tomato Sauce

Recipes using shellfish are quite quick to cook, it's almost nature's fast food. Shellfish also has plenty of Vitamin B which is quite difficult to get elsewhere, so eat more shellfish!

Recipe By: yhiranuma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/34)

Serves 2

Ingredients

Clams 20-30
Tomato sauce 250ml
White wine 150ml
Salt & pepper as required
Butter 1 tbsp
Linguine 200g
Flat parsley (finely chopped) 1-2 tbsp

Clam Linguine With Tomato Sauce

Recipe ID :417 Posted on 28 APR 2015

Serves 2

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Recipes using shellfish are quite quick to cook, it's almost nature's fast food. Shellfish also has plenty of Vitamin B which is quite difficult to get elsewhere, so eat more shellfish!

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20-30
250ml
150ml
as required
1 tbsp
200g
1-2 tbsp

Method

1
Here are the ingredients. Put all the clams into a bowl with plenty of water. Add salt and stir gently. Put the bowl in the fridge - this is how you remove all the sand.
2
In a pan, boil the tomato sauce. Start cooking the linguine at the same time.
3
Add the cleaned clams into the tomato sauce.
4
Add the white wine.
5
Put the lid on and boil at a high heat. Shake the pan now and then and wait for the clam shells to open, it takes about 2-3 minutes.
6
Remove the opened clams from the pan to stop the clam meat becoming too hard.
7
The tomato sauce will have increased in volume now due to the added clam liquid, so keep cooking until it is reduced and sticky (about 3-5 minutes).
8
Add butter to the sticky sauce and season to taste. You can add 1 tsp of tuna egg powder for a better taste.
9
Stir the cooked linguine into the tomato sauce and mix well and put onto a serving dish. Return the clams on top and garnish with the chopped parsley.

Tips & Note

Make the sauce whilst the linguine is cooking. This time, I added the tuna egg powder, but you could use anchovies. The clams themselves are very delicious, so without anything else is also fine.

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