Clam meat has a more intense flavour than Mussels but they work well together such as in a fish stew or a Portuguese-style Cataplana.
A bowl of Clams, flavored with chili, or porcini, or paprika, or pancetta, with a splash of wine and a hunk of bread, is just delicious, or if you add chickpeas, white beans or pasta you will have a hearty and inexpensive dinner in a couple of minutes or have a look at our delicious and simple to cook Vietnamese stir fry Clam recipe.
Whichever way you cook your Clams serve with a chilled crisp, dry French Muscadet white wine.
|Nutritional Information||Per 100g|
|Of which saturates||0.7g|
|Of which sugars||0.0g|