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Great dish! I broiled my clams as I don't currently have an access to a grill, but they were fantastic anyway. Next time I might add some chicken stock in order to dilute the acidity from the wine a bit. Thank you!

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Katanashrp April 06, 2013

Fabulous!!! This was so easy to make and was gone too fast! The sauce is perfect, I added lots of garlic and fresh parsley and we had a huge loaf of Portuguese bread to sop it all up. The clams came out great and clean up was a cinch. I will be making this all summer long, thank you so much for sharing it!

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bloomsday616 June 20, 2010

Timing was tricky, but everyone enjoyed them. Side burner on the grill is helpful for this recipe.

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jmf0524 August 29, 2009

Delicious! There is a local restaurant that I go to when craving steamed clams with crusty dipping bread, I decided to try this one night instead so we could eat home on our deck. This recipe was all I hoped for and more, my husband and I feasted on grilled clams and shrimp with crusty bread. Making it again today for company. Thank you for submitting a wonderful recipe

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*axxo* August 09, 2008

Wow! What a great way to do clams! So simple and so quick. Instead of a foil pan I used heavy duty foil that I doubled up (just remember to fold up the edges to make sure you collect the clam juice. The sauce is great, you MUST have fresh bread to eat with this. It was so nice to not clean that huge pot we usually steam clams in. Thanks so much Mama!!

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Kim127 August 13, 2008
Grilled Clams With Garlicky White Wine Sauce