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#887201 - 02/28/14 01:22 AM Baked Razor Clams
Sky-Guy Offline
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Registered: 08/31/00
Posts: 7134
Loc: Everett
I found this recipe a while back and use it exclusively from clams anymore. Give it a shot!

You will need: Razor clams, cleaned. (The fresher the better)

Eggs, beaten (however many you need for your egg wash).
Ritz Crackers, regular kind (not the low-fat or low-sodium varieties), crushed. Enough to coat the clams.
Butter, melted. (Margarine works)

Preparation: Turn your oven broiler on to high. It needs to be HOT.

1. Dip the cleaned clams in the egg wash.
2. Coat well with crushed Ritz crackers.
3. Lay the clams out, single layer, on a greased baking sheet. (Lining the sheet with foil first makes easier clean up)
4. Drizzle the clams with melted butter, more or less to taste. (Without it you’ll get dry clams)

Cooking:

1. Put the pan on the top oven rack under the HOT broiler.
2. Broil 3 minutes. Turn over. Broil 3 more minutes, and they’re done. Avoid over-cooking or the clams get rubbery.

The key is a HOT broiler or oven. You can do this in a HOT (500-degree) oven, without having to turn the clams over, but I’m not sure of the time. I prefer the broiler, thank you.

Done right, the clams are fork tender. And with no grease or oil spatter and mess from a frying pan, you’ll probably never want to fry a clam again!
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#887258 - 02/28/14 06:22 PM Re: Baked Razor Clams [Re: ]
Dave Vedder Offline
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Registered: 10/09/02
Posts: 8587
Loc: West Duvall
I tried it today. Pretty good. I can't say the necks were fork tender but not bad. Since my wife does not eat them I usually fry only the feet and use the rest for chowder. I may use this again but probably only for the feet.
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#887508 - 03/03/14 12:20 PM Re: Baked Razor Clams [Re: Dave Vedder]
Rocket Red Offline
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Registered: 02/14/06
Posts: 2540
Loc: Elma
It's not as good as fried, but it doesn't stink up your house so we use this a lot.
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#887556 - 03/03/14 04:54 PM Re: Baked Razor Clams [Re: Rocket Red]
STRIKE ZONE Offline
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Registered: 08/09/00
Posts: 12107
Loc: Hobart,Wa U.S.A
I've been using this from KDUX rock of the coast for about 10 years now.When fresh I use this recipe....when frozen I fry in panko.Good luck,

SZ

PS, I only go 2 minutes per side in the oven, than turn. Easy clean up....also.

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