From steamed to grilled to sauteed, you won't clam up when you see these delicious dishes.
This clam chowder embodies everything a real clam chowder should be--salty pork fat, rich, thick body, soft chunks of potato, and plenty of unchopped bits of clam throughout. Plus, it is seasoned with miso paste and gochujang to give it some heat.
The fresh briny clams and smoky chorizo give you an incredibly flavorful stock without having to slave over a simmering pot all day. And the addition of the starch and veggies (and maybe a little crusty bread on the side, for the hedonists) makes the dish a perfectly balanced one-pot meal.
Asian Stir-Fried Clams make for a simple but incredibly flavorful dish. The combination of these common Chinese cooking ingredients really elevates the flavor of this wonderful shellfish.
This recipe is a breeze. The most difficult part is boiling the water!
From the eastern coast of sunny Spain comes this vibrant regional specialty that’s certain to impress! Named after the two-handled pan it is traditionally cooked in, paella gets its unique kick from smoky paprika and Spanish chorizo. Here, “fruits of the sea” are combined with tender rice.
Few things are more welcome than a hearty bowl of New England clam chowder. The flavor of this quintessential creamy soup with tender chunks of potatoes, salty bits of bacon, sweet corn, and briny clams is delicate and mild.