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Steamed Clams with French Made Easy & Wine

Posted by World Seasonings on

Who doesn't love steamed clams? Well, maybe some of you out there. However, if you tried this steamed clam dish, I'm sure you'll turn into a fan! This recipe is amazing and only take about 15 minutes to make. Quick and easy!

PREP TIME COOK TIME TOTAL TIME
20 mins 10 - 15 mins 30 - 35 mins

INGREDIENTS:

1½ Tsp French Made Easy or Any of Our Blends
1 Pounds Little neck clams or mussels if you prefer
2 Tsp Butter
1 Medium shallot, thinly sliced
1 Handful of Italian flat-leaf parsley, chopped
1½ Cups White wine (maybe 2 cups)

DIRECTIONS:

ingredients for steamed clams with french made easy & wine

Here's a helpful hint, soak the clams in fresh water for about 20 minutes or longer. This method will help flush out the sand they have inside them. Using a strainer inside a bowl, pour the clams and water in it. The sand falls to bottom of bowl.

chopped parsley and shallots on cutting board

Chop the parsley and slice the shallot as pictured above. No need for any garlic because it's in our French Made Easy seasoning blend, but you can always add some if you like. Tomatoes are good addition too.

shallots and parsley coated with butter and french made easy seasonings in a cooking pot

Using a cooking pot, place the butter, shallots and parsley in it over medium-high heat. Add 2 teaspoons of French Made Easy and let everything sauté for about 5 minutes.

clams coated in white wine with shallots and parsley in a cooking pot

Once the shallots are translucent, add the clams and stir to coat them well. Add the wine, then cover. Bring to a boil over high heat, shaking the pot a few times, until all the clams have opened.

how to make steamed clams with french made easy & wine

Squeeze a bit of lemon in the pot then serve in a bowl. For garnish, sprinkle a little fresh parsley.

bowl full of steamed clams in white wine with toasted bread

Grab some bread and drizzle it with olive oil and sprinkle on a little of the French seasoning. Then toast under your broiler. Enjoy one tasty little clam - well, many clams!

**This recipe is also great with any of our seasoning blends.  Try Curry in a Hurry with coconut milk added - simply amazing.