Spaghetti with clam sauce

Spaghetti with clam sauce
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Last updated 10/4/2011 8:01:55 PM. Recipe ID 25679. Report a problem with this recipe.

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      Title: Spaghetti with clam sauce
 Categories: Pasta, Seafood, Usenet
      Yield: 4 Servings
     24 oz Clams (canned), with
           -juice (2 standard cans)
      8 oz Tomato paste
           -(1 standard can)
      1 lb Tomatoes (canned),
           -with liquid
      4 T  Butter, clarified
      8    Garlic cloves, minced
      1 t  Parsley
      1 t  Oregano
      1 t  Salt
      1 lb Spaghetti
      1 T  Cooking oil
    1/4 c  Parmesan cheese, grated
  Saute the garlic in about 2 T of clarified butter until lightly
  browned. Stir in the clam juice, tomato paste, tomatoes and liquid,
  parsley and oregano. Simmer until reduced by about half. Add the
  clams and remove from heat. This sauce should be reheated just prior
  to serving.
  Cook and drain the spaghetti.  In the empty cooking pot, melt the
  remaining clarified butter, and return the spaghetti to the pot and
  stir until coated uniformly.  Serve with lots of garlic bread and a
  dry white wine.
  *  Garlic, clam and tomato spaghetti -- This recipe originally
  appeared in "Lowbush Moose (and other Alaskan recipes)" by Gordon R.
  Nelson.  I've modified it somewhat.  Yield:  Serves 4-6.
  *  You can use oil instead of clarified butter, at some sacrifice in
  : Difficulty:  easy.
  : Time:  30 minutes.
  : Precision:  approximate measurement OK.
  : Lyndon Nerenberg
  : Nexus Computing Inc, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  : {alberta,pyramid,uwvax}!ncc!lyndon  ||

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Recipe ID 25679 (Apr 03, 2005)

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