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Curry Clams Recipe http://rasamalaysia.com/curry-clams/

Whenever I go back to Penang, I would never miss out ordering this dish at the “Ikan Panggang” (grilled fish) hawker stall. Even though ikan, a Malay word that literally means fish, you can find all sorts of grilled seafood. One of my favorite this this curry clams, which is basically clams seasoned with some curry powder and seasonings, and grilled on a flat griddle over banana leaves. I simply love the aroma of the curry powder and the burnt smell from banana leaves.

Here is my simple curry clam recipe that you can easily replicate at home without having to travel to Malaysia. You can use just about any clams but I love it with Manila clams. The briny taste of the clams and the aromatic curry deliver a wonderful taste and flavor.

RECIPE HERE: Curry Clams Recipe
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  1. Kate says:

    Curry clams look good. Heading over to No Recipes to get recipe now!

  2. Curry Clams.. you’re kidding me right. Would love to try this,. We’ve (Caribbean) got a small shellfish called (locally) chip-chip that very tasty when introduced to curry.

  3. Awesome, yes, it’s one of the best ways to eat clams. Gotta try the curry clams!

  4. That’s a gorgeous photo! I just want to pick that front little guy up and slurp it out of the shell.

  5. Jinx says:

    Wow, looks tummy! Reminds me of my grandmother’s ‘La La’ dish.

  6. Jinx says:

    Sorry, typo, I meant ‘Yummy’!

  7. 360by2 says:

    I love Malaysian Food :)

    have anybody try Morning Glory Fruit Shake? If no,, here is the recipe ..
    http://360by2.blogspot.com/2009/06/morning-glory-fruit-shake-recipe.html

  8. Justine says:

    The curry clams looks good. What is a Malaysian Lingham’s sauce?

  9. Joeman says:

    For the seafood curry powder, would something like:

    Baba’s Fish Curry powder
    http://www.asiansupermarket365.com/Baba-s-Fish-Curry-Powder-p/cbfybz.htm

    work?

    Thank you?

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