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    I've never been much of a fan of the watery red clam sauce you tend to get at restaurants. Through trial and error, I've come up with this one. It's not too runny and not too heavy. I'm sure you could adjust the dried spices to your liking, but I think they give a good flavor as is. For the tomatoes, try to use San Marzano. The flavor really ends up being worth the extra cost. If they're not available, I recommend using Muir Glen Organic; again, the difference in flavor is worth the extra pennies. You can always substitute the canned clams for fresh and you'll end up with a chunkier sauce.

    Recipe #495089

    This is a simple recipe for a great appetizer, especially before a hearty Italian meal or as a selection at a cocktail party. I threw it together because I love all of the ingredients on their own and they're amazing together.

    Recipe #365425

    This is one of my favorite recipes that I threw together one Friday during lent when we had no fish in the house and I had to come up with some dinner. It's simple, easy and very flavorful. When I cook, I like flavor...for instance, if I'm adding garlic then I need to be able to taste it! You might want to slightly decrease some of the spices based on your personal preferences. This sauce ends up being quite sweet, so adjust accordingly.

    Recipe #365416


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