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Turn heat to high and add the wine and stock. When the sauce begins to boil, add the clams and cover the saucepan. RECIPES 9 When the clams open, remove them from the sauce. Remove the bay leaves and add the rosemary, basil, and parsley. Swirl in the butter and season with more pepper. ) 10 To serve, place one fillet on each plate, place 6 clams around the fillet, and spoon sauce over both. Cole Slaw 4 S E RV I N G S AMOUNT MEASURE INGREDIENT 11 / 2 pounds 680 g Green cabbage 1 / 2 cup 2 ounces, 56 g Red onion, grated 1 / 2 cup 2 ounces, 56 g Carrot, grated 6g Parsley, chopped 2 tablespoons 11 / 2 teaspoons 3g Dry mustard 1 1 / 2 tablespoons 3 Mayonnaise 1 / 4 cup 2 ounces, 55 ml Cider vinegar 1 / 4 cup 2 ounces, 55 ml Vegetable oil 1 Sugar 1 tablespoon / 4 ounce, 22 g / 2 ounce, 15 g to taste Salt and black pepper PROCEDURE 1 Remove the core from the cabbage.
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