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Thread: linguini with white clam sauce

  1. #1
    here's an awesome recipe that i would like to share with the ILW discussion board members:


    1 full garlic
    5-7 freash basil leaves
    1 cup of extra virgin olive oil
    1/2 cup of water (from your linguini water)
    1 can of chopped clams
    keep some salt, pepper, and crushed red peppers on stand by

    start of by boiling your water

    cut up all your garlic and basil leaves

    pour 1 cup of extra virgin olive oil in a low flame pan
    once warm, put in your garlic & basil. leave a good pinch of garlic to the side.

    brown your garlic. DO NOT BURN!

    add a pinch or two of crushed red peppers, salt, and pepper

    once your water starts to boil, through in your linguini

    cook linguni for about 8-10 min. about the 5 min mark, take 1/2 cup of your linguini water and pour it into your olive oil.

    next add the can of chopped clams with all its juice into the pan of olive oil/basil/garlic.

    cook for about 5 min or until your linguini is done. just before your clam sauce is done add the last "good pinch" of garlic. (this will add a more "bit" to the garlic.

    drain linguini. put a bit of crushed red peppers in the linguini

    put linguini on your plate and add your oil/galic sauce

    salt to taste.

    serve w/ a good italian or french bread
    enjoy

  2. #2
    here's an awesome recipe that i would like to share with the ILW discussion board members:


    1 full garlic
    5-7 freash basil leaves
    1 cup of extra virgin olive oil
    1/2 cup of water (from your linguini water)
    1 can of chopped clams
    keep some salt, pepper, and crushed red peppers on stand by

    start of by boiling your water

    cut up all your garlic and basil leaves

    pour 1 cup of extra virgin olive oil in a low flame pan
    once warm, put in your garlic & basil. leave a good pinch of garlic to the side.

    brown your garlic. DO NOT BURN!

    add a pinch or two of crushed red peppers, salt, and pepper

    once your water starts to boil, through in your linguini

    cook linguni for about 8-10 min. about the 5 min mark, take 1/2 cup of your linguini water and pour it into your olive oil.

    next add the can of chopped clams with all its juice into the pan of olive oil/basil/garlic.

    cook for about 5 min or until your linguini is done. just before your clam sauce is done add the last "good pinch" of garlic. (this will add a more "bit" to the garlic.

    drain linguini. put a bit of crushed red peppers in the linguini

    put linguini on your plate and add your oil/galic sauce

    salt to taste.

    serve w/ a good italian or french bread
    enjoy

  3. #3
    I'd try it but I can't stand clams..........
    Have a nice day

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