this is a delicious italian first course soup, as good with mussels as it is with clams. the servings are large, so adjust accordingly if desired. time does not include preparing the clams. this is pretty much the soup i would get when i'd order it in new york family italian restaurants. you can add a bit of clam broth if you like, but steaming the claims in the broth as is gives it a nice flavor. and in this version, the tomatoes, not paste, would be used.
i found this online at taste of home. i was looking for something that would kick up a chicken dinner a notch and my dh and i thought this fit the bill. the recipe calls for spreadable chive and onion cream cheese. i used a portion of a softened brick
delicately spiced nuts encased in tender, buttery pastry - even the burst of citrus from the lemon zest is authentic as you would normally find that in the syrup poured over the baklava. easy to make and very good!
i have served this to so many people who have sworn they do not like broccoli and they have ended up loving it! very simple, only 5 ingredients, and keeps well in the refrigerator for a few days. the cooking time stated is merely to crisp the bacon - if y
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