Clams With Angel Hair Pasta

"This dish started out as an easy quick meal for myself. But it is really good. Don't be shy with the pepper and you'll love the results."
 
Clams With Angel Hair Pasta created by Hadice
Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
2
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ingredients

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directions

  • Coarsely chop onion Coarsely dice tomato.
  • Crush garlic.
  • Heat olive oil in large frying pan on medium high heat.
  • Add garlic to pan and brown for about 30 seconds.
  • Add onion and fry about 2 minutes.
  • Add tomato and fry about 2 minutes.
  • Add clams with juice.
  • Add salt and pepper to taste.
  • Let mixture bubble until reduced by half (about 3-4 minutes).
  • Serve over angel hair pasta.

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  1. lindseyloo222
    Okay, So i have to admit.... I was a little hesitant to make this... I mean how good can these ingredients really be thrown in together??? well, It's freaken awesome!!! nice light meal! Loved it, Will certainly make again!
     
  2. tinkerpuppet
    YUM!! Made this for the family tonight, and it was a hit with everyone! My husbands eyes widened with the first bite, and my 3 yr old nearly licked his bowl clean. I can't wait to make this again! Modifications (which I hate to do trying a recipe for the first time...) I used shallots instead of vidalia onion (because I didn't know what that was), and I added a red pepper. Next time I'll add asparagus too!
     
  3. tinkerpuppet
    YUM!! Made this for the family tonight, and it was a hit with everyone! My husbands eyes widened with the first bite, and my 3 yr old nearly licked his bowl clean. I can't wait to make this again! Modifications (which I hate to do trying a recipe for the first time...) I used shallots instead of vidalia onion (because I didn't know what that was), and I added a red pepper. Next time I'll add asparagus too!
     
  4. Hadice
    Clams With Angel Hair Pasta Created by Hadice
  5. Hadice
    Clams With Angel Hair Pasta Created by Hadice

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<p>I grew up in Niagara Falls Ontario and I was the youngest of 8 children. My mother cooked very plain and for stretching a budget. But she had a few dishes that she made that were fantastic and very tough to duplicate. I learned to cook on my own when I went away to school. <br />These days I live in Whitby Ontario, a small town of about 110,000 that is east of Toronto. I live with my wife Donna and our two great kids, Darby and Scott. <br />I like recipes that are not so complex that they take away the fun of cooking. I don't like a lot of preparation. I love to fill the house up with mouth watering aromas. I do the majority of the cooking at home mostly because I like doing it.</p>
 
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