I consider this recipe average at best. For one thing, I would not call the sauce a "white sauce" other than the fact that no tomato sauce was added. It is inexpensive and easy to prepare, but the quality reflects just that.
LOVED this recipe!!! Used 4 cans of clams, tad EVOO, tad butter, some chic broth, cracked red pepper, thyme ~~ and sauteed some white 'shrooms, celery and red onion ~~~ Then, when the sauce had married long enough, I julienned some fresh baby spinach and added that ~~~ YUUMMM!!!
Everybody else has already said it: This recipe is fast, easy, and delicious. A keeper.
This is the perfect delicious, quick meal. I've made it twice now, and the whole family gobbles it up. This time I took a chance and added just a spoonful of pesto to the mix (despite my DW skepticism) and it was a nice twist. Thanks!
This is a fantastic clam sauce! Not so complicated that you lose the clam flavor, like a lot of recipes. I made almost double the sauce, as I didn't want to waste any yummy clam juice! Even my 4 year old loved this, after I explained that the "chicken" wasn't chewy, it was clams... ;-) Made with Anme's garlic knots off this site. Fantastic meal, and thanks so much for sharing. I will definitely make this again.
Being Italian on Christmas Eve I serve the traditional fish dinner. I lost my grandmothers recipe for Linguini with Clam Sauce and nearly panicked until I realized I would most likely find one on Recipezaar that I could prepare for tonight. My grandmothers recipe had white wine in it, but I decided to make yours for tonight and followed the recipe to a T (although I doubled it)...Delicious! Thanks for posting this amazing recipe! It's going to be a Hit tonight! (I made ahead thinking it would save on time and your recipe is so quick and easy I probably didn't have to make it ahead...YUMMY!)
An easy and great tasting sauce. I added a little oregano and basil(just to make it Italian). Ed
This recipe has a delicious flavor! My entire family loves it, and as it says, it's very easy to make. Thank you, Loves2Teach!
YUMMO!! I used thin spaghetti. Asiago cheese and a splash of white wine in the sauce. Leftovers are a wonderful lunch. Great simple dish with ingredients I usually keep on hand. Thanks Pretty Girl for posting.