Clams With Chili And Basil Recipe

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Time: 15 minutes



  1. clams
  2. vegetable stock
  3. garlic cloves
  4. red chile
  5. fresh lime leaves
  6. fresh basil leaves
  7. salt and pepper
  8. olive oil


  1. saute garlic and chili until fragrant , don[t burn
  2. add clams cook until they open , discard any that stay closed , this usually take just a few minutes
  3. add stock , basil and kafir lime leaves
  4. cook 3 minutes
  5. season with salt and pepper to taste
  6. serve as is or with steamed rice

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