Ireland Razor Clam is surprisingly high in iron. Some individuals, especially women, have a difficult time getting enough iron each day. If you suffer from low iron, eating clams occasionally will help maintain your iron stores. The minerals in clams doesn’t stop with iron. Clams are a good source of phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium, as well.
Eaten raw, shallow fried, deep fried or grilled, this flesh is superb. Like scallops only tastier, razor fish are at least rivals to prawns and calamari. The flesh is firm and white and, if cooked correctly, is tender(If cooked too long it tends to become rubbery, like calamari). When deep frying, it is necessary to cook for only about 30 seconds.
Want to learn how to cook the Live Ireland Razor Clam, check out the amazing recipes below:
- Chinese Steam Razor Clams with Sizzling Garlic Recipe
- Spanish Tapas Razor Clams with Chilies and Garlic Recipe
- Chinese Style Stir Fried Razor Clam Recipe
Want to learn how to cook Stir-Fried Ireland Razor Clam, check out the amazing video below:
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Want to learn how to cook Steamed Razor Clam with Garlic and Black Bean, check out the amazing video below: