Sprinkle over more chili flakes if you want a kick to your pasta!
Recipe Category: Seafood
This dish acquires its unique Nyonya taste from the use of salted soybeans (taucheo) and tamarind extract. To ensure maximum flavour, make sure the spice paste is fried over low heat till the oil separates.
Serve this yummy noodles with some side of pickled green chillies or cut red chillies for an extra kick!
For extra flavor, you could add in some fresh thyme before blending all the ingredients together.
Tip on buying clams : Always buy clams that are closed shut. That means that they are fresh, and will open up once they are cooked. Whereas clams that are not fresh, will be open before you even cook them and close when it is cooked.
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