Game of Thrones broth of clams and seaweed
Tipo de receta: Soup
Cocina: Medieval
Raciones: 2
Simple clams and seaweed broth with garlic and butter
  • ½ cup of seaweed (I used sea spaghetti*)
  • 350g clams (kept in cold water with salt overnight**)
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • ½ liter water
  • Good bread to accompany
  1. Put seaweed to soak in hot water for 5 minutes. Drain the water and soak again for 5 minutes. Rinse and boil in fresh water 10 minutes or until tender. Set aside with their broth.
  2. Chop the garlic and fry in the butter in a lidded pan. When done, add the drained clams, pour a little water to prevent the garlic from burning and increase the fire. Cover the pan and wait until the clams release their juices and start popping open. Remove them to another pan as they open, to not overcook them.
  3. Strain the clams broth through a cloth or a paper coffee filter to remove the sand that the clams may have left behind. Add the clam broth to the red seaweed broth. If you are patient enough, fish the chopped garlic and add it also to the broth.
  4. To serve, heat the broth along with the seaweed, and once hot and off the heat, add the clams so that they warm up too. Serve immediately.
Recipe by Recetas caseras con fotos paso a paso de Miriam García at