- Harvested from the pure waters off the coast of Chile
- Tender and delicious
- Gourmet quality at a great price
- Size - 2 x 3.2 oz/100 g tin
Navajas means razor clam in Spanish, the long thin clams with a shell that looks somewhat like the old fashioned straight razors. Inside this shell is a tender clam with a mild flavor that is a wonderful new addition to the American table.
Harvesting and preparing these clams is a complex and painstaking task. First the clams must be hand dug from the beaches of Chile. Then they are stored in vats of salt water to purge the extra sand. Finally they are carefully cooked in sea water until just the right moment - tender but not tough, flavorful without being overcooked.
Serve these delicious clams by themselves, sauteed in olive oil, or on pasta.
Razor clams, water, salt, citric acid.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 3 reviews Write a review
"3 words, YUM, YUM, Yum!!!!"
betty j hyde - farmersville, OH - Oct 17, 2014
"Our family always has an aperitivo on the table to share before the sunday family meal(often paella as we are from Valencia)and navajas are among the most prized of the treats we set out. The Chilean seafood tins are very good and Spain is a big market for them as they are also more affordable than the local product."
Pepita - Sep 23, 2010
"These are wonderful, tender yet firm and flavorful...we like them chopped and sauteed with garlic and white wine over pasta! "
J Marble - Aug 12, 2010