These plump, salty Spanish canned clams are a traditional tapas delicacy in Spain, hand packed in water and salt. Enjoy them over a piece of crusty bread, with a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of fresh parsley. This might be a Spanish treat, but you can prepare them any way you want, including the dish from Naples, Linguine con Vongole – Linguine with clams, a beautiful combination of thin pasta, olive oil, white wine, garlic and parsley. Sprinkle over a pizza, a clam chowder soup or just over a salad.
La Brujula is a wonderful Spanish producer of a wide array of canned and tinned seafood specialties, including classics like sardines, berberechos, razor clams and anchovies. They’re a company that’s respectful of the ocean and all that lives in it, favoring sustainable fishing and catching practices, and using hand-processes whenever they can. From sea to table, they take great care and pride in how they handle the seafood, from the moment it arrives to port to the moment it reaches your table.
All of La Brujula’s artisan canned seafood is hand-processed – cleaned and packed by hand, one by one, to make sure that only the best clams are picked, and that you get a high quality, delicious product every single time.
How to store canned seafood: store unopened tins and cans in a cool, dry place in your pantry. Once opened, transfer to a plastic or glass container and keep covered in the fridge.