Make Francisco Rosa's Clams Bulhao Pato

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On cold winter days, savory seafood dishes can be as warming and satisfying as soups. Chef Francisco Rosa, of Alfama (214 East 52nd Street), offers up his recipe for a favorite pescatarian plate -- clams Bulhão Pato.

"Nineteenth-century Portuguese poet Raimundo António de Bulhão Pato ironically became more famous for this clam recipe than for his poetry. It's a classic that can be found all over Portugal. It is simple, quick, and easy to make -- and delicious. Cilantro is well known as an ingredient in Asian and Mexican cuisines, but it's also a staple in Portuguese cooking."

Clams Bulhão Pato
by Chef Franciso Rosa of Alfama

Serves: 1

Ingredients:

2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon diced garlic
1 tablespoon finely chopped cilantro
3 tablespoons dry white wine
15 littleneck clams, cleaned
Lemon segments (to supreme the lemons, cut lengthwise, remove the peel, pith, and membranes and use only the soft flesh)

In a pan, add the olive oil and garlic over high heat and cook until the garlic becomes fragrant. Add clams, white wine, half the cilantro, and cover. Simmer for 5 minutes.

Uncover the pan and make sure that all clams are open, discarding any that aren't. Top with remaining cilantro and lemon segments. Serve immediately.


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vob editor

This blog is really very nice. I am so impressed by that. Every thing looking awesome. I impressed by that. It such an excellent. I want to makeĀ  Chef Franciso Rosa of Alfama for my husband. mpg editor

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