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Stove Top Clambake

i don't know why this is called a clambake since there are no clams here. i cook this outside in the turkey fryer and when it's done i can just pull out the basket and dump it on the table over lots of newspaper. this is a messy fun dish.

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45mins
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  • in a large pot add ale, water, onions, old bay, and salt bring to a boil.
  • (i make this outdoors in a turkey fryer).
  • add potatoes, chorizo and onions,cover, cook 15 minutes.
  • add corn, mussels, lobster, cover, cook 10-15 minutes more until mussels open remove lobsters, split in half.
  • serve in large bowls,with melted butter on the side (optional).
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"i don't know why this is called a clambake since there are no clams here. i cook this outside in the turkey fryer and when it's done i can just pull out the basket and dump it on the table over lots of newspaper. this is a messy fun dish."
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  1. Kimberly Keller
    Mmm-sounds yummy and fun!I will definitely try this soon!FYI- for those that don't know chorizo is a hispanic sausage that you can find in any good hispanic grocery shop.
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  2. chia2160
    i don't know why this is called a clambake since there are no clams here. i cook this outside in the turkey fryer and when it's done i can just pull out the basket and dump it on the table over lots of newspaper. this is a messy fun dish.
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