BBQ Clams and Mussels Grilled On The Barbecue

BBQ Clams and Mussels Grilled On The Barbecue

BBQ Clams and Mussels Grilled On The Barbecue

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Most people have never thought of seaming clams on the BBQ grill; the process usually only takes between 5 and 10 minutes or till you see your clams began to open.  When completely opened, you can start removing them carefully to a large bowl, being careful not to remove the clam juices from the shells. With Clams, make sure they are open wide, but Mussels, on the other hand, will not open nearly as wide.

Clams and Mussels Grilled On The Barbecue

To begin taking advantage of the grill preheating to prepare some sauces. Start by melt some butter in a small saucepan over medium heat. Add some chopped-up shallots and garlic- waiting for the shallots to soften a bit. Next, add some white wine, lemon, and red pepper flakes, cook until heated throughout, then put aside.

Next, turn your grill up high, waiting until water evaporates by throwing a small amount onto the Barbecue. Line up your little-neck clams on the grill by placing them directly on the grill between the grill grates, cover clams with a wet burlap bag and let them steam for 5 to 10 minutes. The clams are done when they fully open from the steam. They can then be removed from the grill as not to let the clam juices escape. Then place the steamed clams into a bowl and add your sauce; give a quick stir, and your BBQ Clams are ready to enjoy.

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