Razor Clams in Brine
Razor clams (Navajas) are long, slender clams with a wonderfully rich flavor and firm texture. These clams are hand-harvested and then hand-packed in their own seawater.
They are found on the sandy beaches of the Rias, or tidal rivers of Galicia. They are dug out by hand and stored in sea water until they are cleaned of sand. They are then carefully cooked then packed by hand in brine.
In spain, eaten straight out of the can. You can also warm them in a skillet with garlic and extra virgin olive oil, or for some novelty we suggest you lightly grill them.