New England Style Fried Clams
If you like Fried Clams and don't know how to make them, this is the recipe for you! Straight from New England, this recipe is from The Village Restaurant in Essex, Massachusetts. Cooking time is per batch of clams. The recipe ingredients can easily be multiplied to feed more people. These are typically served with tarter sauce and ketchup, and a squeeze of lemon tastes great too. Typical sides at all the clam shacks are french fries, coleslaw, and a roll. Oh, did I mention you can…
Oysters on the half shell done NOLA style, filled with a lemony, garlicky, butter sauce that are topped with cheese and chargrilled until the cheese has melted and turned golden brown. (Serve with crusty bread to soak up all of that buttery saucy goodness!)
Panko-Breaded Fried Razor Clams
Pan-fried razor clams in a crunchy crust make a tasty shellfish appetizer when breaded with coarse Japanese panko bread crumbs. Allow enough additional time before cooking to freeze breaded clams so the coating sticks well.
Garlic Butter Sauteed Clams
Sauteed Clams – Skillet clams with loads of garlic butter, white wine and parsley. The easiest sauteed clams recipe ever, 15 mins to make | rasamalaysia.com
Rocky Point Clam Cakes. If your from Rhode Island, their clam cakes...if your from Connecticut, their clam fritters. Doesn't matter - just order a dozen, grab a beer & be happy...summer's here!