Twenty Minute Seafood Chowder. Garnish each bowl with smoked oysters found in the canned fish section of your supermarket and chopped fresh dill for a fast and festive starter. Whisk 1 cup mL stock with cornstarch and set aside. Heat oil in a Dutch oven over medium heat and cook onion and carrot until soft, about 3 to 5 minutes.
Add thyme, salt, nutmeg, cayenne and garlic. Add remaining 2 cups of stock and clam juice. Bring to a boil. Cook for about 2 to 3 minutes until salmon is cooked through. Stir in cream and lemon zest and and cook for an additional minute. Remove from heat and serve. It gives it the richness that it needs and comes together beautifully with the potatoes, corn, onion, carrots and clams. Speaking of clams, I went the easy route here and used canned clams with the juice.
So, if you love clam chowder and you have an Instant Pot, you need to try this. Instructions for both methods are in the recipe below. Made in under 30 minutes in the Instant Pot, or can also be made on the stove. Put in the 1 Tbsp butter. Saute the onion, carrot and celery together until they start to soften. Do not add the coconut milk YET. Put on the lid and set to High Pressure for 10 minutes. When finished, release the steam, and when safe open it and cancel the program. Turn back on the saute option, add in the 1 can of coconut milk, clams, and the cornstarch mixed with water.
Stir until its thickened up a bit. Have a great day!
EW: I always learn something. Then bring the liquid to a rapid boil, add the mussels all at once, and put the lid on the pot. Ingredients Fish Fruit Meat Vegetables see more Would those work? I lived in Florida for a while and loved the pork served there, so I went about making it for myself! The flavorful meat makes amazing Cuban sandwiches, but you can use it in traditional pulled pork sandwiches and tacos, too.
Regards, Sonia. I love spaghetti alle vongole!
You and Liren are on the same wavelength with your posts today :. Such beautiful photos and mouth-watering pasta, Nami!
This chardonnay seems to pair very well with the pasta and clams. A mangiare!!!!! Mmh, during the time we lived in Italy this was my favorite dish at a little trattoria in the center of Rome. Clam, pasta, its the perfect compilation of seafood and pasta. I love cooking with clams and i think- no I know- I would really enjoy this simple but delicious sauce. What a beautiful looking spaghetti. Never knew Japanese love indulging in Italian cuisine. So fun! This looks like something I want to try soon.
Have never ventured into clams before.
Thank God now I can go second-class as frozen on shell has at last arrived in our local supermarket [yes, well!! But I have made the same recipe with other seafood I have been brought and it is a simple but formidably tasty dish!!! Nami, I really really really love clams with pasta. We just had it that way 2 night ago. Would have been incredible with pasta.
Japanese food — check American food — check Italian food — check Amusing husband reviewing wine — check. Hi, Spaghetti alle Congolese in white no tomato sauce, there is a red version is my absolute favorite dish and when I am in Italy I always ask my parents to prepare it… It is so good! The recipe and procedure you wrote is perfect, exactly as we prepare this dish in Italy… nice to know you like Italian food in Japan. Unfortunately in Sweden is very difficult to find vongole and if you find them they are not so fresh and usually very expensive, hat is why I do not make this pasta dish so often but wait to go to Italy to eat it.
The first time I tried spaghetti alla vongole was in Japan! Beautifully made pasta Nami! I always told everyone that I had the best Italian food in Japan before the trip to Italy. The pasta looks scrumptious. Great photos, Nami. Drool-worthy, Nami!!! Oh my!
I find everything about clam-pasta post is SEXY. This looks fancy and delicious! It looks like pasta alle vongole indeed! The Japanese seem to have a huge passion for Italian cuisine so I can well believe Japanese restaurants are great. I alway go for the quick italian recipes especially the psta dishes when no time have in hands, they also fit for summer times when kids are arround and no time to cook.
Such a pretty dish as always, thank you Nami. I seem to need the quick and easy recipes every single day! Thanks for sharing your wonderful version of this classic…so beautiful, my friend! Well that was news to me that Italian was so popular in Japan, but after all there are Italian restaurants everywhere in the world I guess. I do enjoy this dish and your looks beautiful, especially with the shell in the dish.
The wine sounds lovely. I absolutely LOVE clams and this pasta dish looks divine! You captured this dish so beautifully that I just want to reach in and eat some of those clams. Clams, clams, clams — I love you so! Especially when they are prepared like on these photos! Oh WOW!! What a mouthwatering image!!!
I love everything about this post, the pic, the mussels and the recipe, although I have never cooked mussels before, I will have to try! I think it might be the natural umami in clams. Oh yes, this pasta looks so fresh …I would love it very much, not so into the creamy type:. Oh, this looks so good! I feel that it will be a family fave—especially if it can be made in under half an hour!
Thank your husband for the great wine review, too! This looks like a fantastic dish and the wine sounds yummy. I am immediately attracted to the peach flavor ….
I actually made a Japanese curry recently thanks to you. I am going to post it on my blog soon. I also like to cook pasta with clams, usually I like Thai style with a lot of basil leaves.. Your version also sound yummy too. You and Liren were on the same wavelength and posted one of my favorite pasta dishes. Have never tried clams and I am quite intrigued. The recipe sounds delicious. May be I will try it with prawns…perhaps.
Delicious looking as always! A fantastic pasta dish for a busy week, Nami. I remember the coffee and pastries are incredible too! Hope you have a nice weekend ahead. I love clam pasta and make them whenever I get hold of the fresh clams.
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Splashing a good quality of wine is a must. Thanks for your lovely recipe and the picture. One of my favorites ways to eat pasta.